Sunday, October 27, 2013

Long Winters Veil at Houston International 2013

One more of my pieces... one that is very personal... will be shown and honored at The Houston International show next week.  Long Winter's Veil is about my feelings toward the winter's cold in the mountains where I live in Southern, California.. yep in snows in sunny Southern California.   I live in a narrow rock-sided canyon at the snow line of Mt Baldy, Ca.  There, it seems the cold of winter hangs  over the landscape like a  chilling veil. The winter is much longer it seems than the calendar dates suggest. This piece was originally created in 2012 as an exhibition piece, but had never been submitted to any competition til Houston.  I like this piece alot and decided it was worthy of submission.  This piece will be for sale at the IQA booth.

 Hope you see it and I see you there.  Blessings and peace to all as the holiday season begins to ramp up.

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Margarita Korioth said...

LOVE your quilts. Congratulations and good luck with your lecture :)

Wendy Crook-Abel said...

I just saw this quilt and it is stunning!