Flowing piece with charms and an oriental feel.
Kathy Angel Lee - art quilts, fiber art and mixed media
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This gallery is an eclectic sampling of other work - some of the pieces are in a more abstract vein and some of them are used for teaching purposes.
The challenge was to create a piece inspired by a favorite child’s book. My grandchildren all love the book “A Bad Case of Stripes” by David Shannon. This started as one wonderful piece of hand-dyed fabric. It was cut up and rearranged into the design above and accent shapes and colors were added. If you know the story, you will recognize the colors, shapes and stripes that happened to Camilla Cream.
This apple was painted first on white fabric, then threadpainted with batting behind it. Last step was to place it on a background quilted with leaves.
This piece was inspired by a photo I took of a tree reflected in the water in a park in San Francisco. I was standing a bit back from the wall, hence, the gray section in the lower left corner. The photo had a very abstract feel to it as does this finished fabric piece.
12 x 14
This was a challenge issued to a small group to work only with black and white fabrics and design a still life. To complete this, I added a bit of green with beads and an inner border. Outside frame is a sheer ribbon.
51″ x 51″
34.5″ x 34.5″
11-3/4 x 9-1/4
Who knew radishes came in so many different shades? This lovely array is made up of hand-dyed/painted fabrics, which have been threadpainted.