Monthly Archives: January 2011


A lot of the quilts I make and quilts I like have repeating forms.  I don’t know why, but I find repetition soothing. I find tile patterns interesting because much the same thing happens so I try to snap pictures … Continue reading

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Other Pieces

I consider mosaics pieced goods (even though ‘pieced goods’ technically really refer to cut and sewn things).My friends, husband and I jumped into the deep end of mosaics by taking a class on mosaic portraits.  Katherine England teaches mosaic’ing amongst … Continue reading

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Worth more than a look

Henri Cartier-Bresson, the Modern Century is a collection of photo works that runs until January 30.  Five short days from now.  If you are into photography, photojournalism, the 1930’s and/or world history of that time, it’s a show worth seeing. … Continue reading

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