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Aurora Aurora
Terry Aske   •  New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD On a clear polar night, the Aurora appears: its magic illuminating the cold, dark skies with dancing, rippling curtains of color and light.
Moonrise Moonrise
Terry Aske   •  New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD Slowly, silently, the silvery moon rises, casting a perfect reflection in the rippling surface of the water below. The magic of the full moon transforms the night.
I See I See
Pat Baum-Bishop   •  Shawano, Wisconsin, USA More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD I See was inspired by the mystery of owls. Their expressive, wide-eyed stare makes us believe they are as wise as all the fairy tales say. We are intrigued by their solitary nature, extraordinary ability to hide in plain sight, and striking boldness. As dusk falls, their silence in flight makes them difficult to identify, even when things are quiet. We become apprehensive ▶
Tennessee Super Moon Tennessee Super Moon
Sara Bradshaw   •  Spencer, Tennessee, USA More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD I have long admired art quilts and this is my first, done as a tribute to the beautiful supermoon I saw over the Tennessee hills where I live. My goal was to blend fabric as if it were paint, to recreate what I saw and felt at night. The quilting enhances the overall effect of the light on the sky, showing the soft, quiet hills in the moonlight. Photo by Brandon Malone
Quixotic Quixotic
Erika Carter   •  Renton, Washington, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$3500   Buy Now  » Be brave, like Don Quixote attacking the windmills, walking through your nocturnal forest.
The World is Dressed in Red The World is Dressed in Red
Maya Chaimovich   •  Ramat Gan, Israel More Info Audio Statement available
NFSSunrises and sunsets in Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park are particularly beautiful. The sky is painted red, and the desert with its red cliffs is brightly illuminated. These images remain in my imagination. Photo by Moti Chaimovich
Moonlight Moonlight
Shin-hee Chin   •  McPherson, Kansas, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$8000   Buy Now  » Moonlight represents a nocturnal seascape, depicting the gleam of the sea at night. The unique characteristics of the thread, used as the main medium of expression, blur the boundary between representation and abstraction, transforming the subject. Photo by Jim Turner
Future is in the Water Future is in the Water
Linda Colsh   •  Middletown, Maryland, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$4800   Buy Now  » The woman is exposed, but ignored. In the dark street lit only by the faintest moon, others turn away, eyes averted. She wears a heavy coat with a thick wool scarf tied with a second scarf over the first. Putting all her attention into each tentative step on the night-dark, icy cobblestones, the woman attempts to maintain her fragile balance and stay in control. Photo by ▶
Serenity at the Bosque Serenity at the Bosque
Vicki Conley   •  Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$2100   Buy Now  » The Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge provides a protected winter home for many migratory birds. In the cool dusk of the winter afternoons, the sandhill cranes can be seen and heard as they feed in the slough. I love to visit often and enjoy the ever-changing warm sunsets as the colors dance across the water. The air is cool and crisp, and the sounds of the cranes ▶
Night Terror Night Terror
Phyllis Cullen   •  Ninole, Hawaii, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$4500   Buy Now  » The corners of the night are the places where the bad stuff hides, where the innocent are abused, bought, and sold.
In the Shadows of Our Town In the Shadows of Our Town
Anne Daughtry   •  Eugene, Oregon, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$2200   Buy Now  » St. Vinnie’s (St. Vincent de Paul) shelter for the homeless, available from November to April, houses 80 people; nowhere near enough shelter during our wet winters. The homeless stand in lines for handouts of food, clothing, and the name tags that ensure them a warm, dry bed—as long as they appear daily at dusk and leave at dawn. I stretched beyond my comfort ▶
Night Journeys Night Journeys
Donna Deaver   •  Coeur d`Alene, Idaho, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$2000   Buy Now  » After a fresh snow—slowly—tracks begin to appear. What are the stories behind them? Are these the traces of a nurse coming home at midnight after a long shift at the hospital? Perhaps they were left by an angry teenager escaping to a friend’s house in the middle of the night, or by the city worker who has been out all night plowing. The sun rises and all ▶
Trundling Orbs Trundling Orbs
Dianne Firth   •  Canberra, ACT, Australia More Info Audio Statement available
$2000   Buy Now  » The sun, earth, and moon partake in a rhythmic dance across the sky. Once a month, between dusk and dawn, the moon displays its full and glorious orb shape, with light reflected from the sun which is hidden behind the dark earth. Photo by Andrew Sikorski
Insomnia Insomnia
Betty A. Hahn   •  Sun City, Arizona, USA More Info
$4300   Buy Now  » I am a night owl. I work at night, so my “juices are still jumping” at bedtime. When I close my eyes to sleep, I see wild images behind my eyelids—quilts wanting to be created. I never hate not being able to sleep.
Surfaces #14 Surfaces #14
Michele Hardy   •  Silverthorne, Colorado, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$2650   Buy Now  » The pre-dawn sky in the mountains of Colorado is frequently and wonderfully painted in alpenglow colors.
Motorcycopath Motorcycopath
Jim Hay   •  Takasaki, Gunma, Japan More Info Audio Statement available
$975   Buy Now  » A faint circle of light disturbs the artist as he circles his work. A motorcycle far away. He knows this obsession. He has known motorcycles for over sixty years: a Harley Davidson as a teenage boy, a gray Honda Scrambler in the 60s, then blue in the 70s, red in the 80s, and now a black Triumph and a black BMW. He knows. He wants it over. He tries to ensnare these ▶
The Night of the Moskg`mol (Spirit Bear) The Night of the Moskg`mol (Spirit Bear)
Donna M. Krane   •  Creston, British Columbia, Canada More Info Audio Statement available
NFSThe Legend of Moskg’mol (Spirit Bear) is the Kitasoo/ Xai’Xais Nation’s belief that one in ten black bears was created white by the Raven. It is a reminder to the people that glaciers once covered the land, and to be grateful for the abundance of the British Columbia rainforest. Photo by Jeff Banman
Night Beat Night Beat
Pat Kroth   •  Verona, Wisconsin, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$2500   Buy Now  » I often listen to cool jazz at night while I work. Sometimes it is punctuated by a chorus of peeper frogs in the spring or the staccato of thunder claps on stormy summer evenings. Music and personal experiences provide inspiration. Working in an improvisational manner, I often think of my art as a repository for the flotsam and jetsam of life. I enjoy the multiplicity and ▶
Half Light Medallion Half Light Medallion
Kristin La Flamme   •  Portland, Oregon, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$1000   Buy Now  » The gloaming is a magical time, eliciting myriad transitions—between day and night, light and dark, work and rest, visible and obscured. This piece was inspired by the colors of dusk, or gloaming, and the parallel transition in my life when my husband retired from the Army and we moved across country to set down roots. The bright center contrasts with darker edges of ▶
In the Hour of Stars In the Hour of Stars
Gay E. Lasher   •  Denver, Colorado, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$4000   Buy Now  » This work is part of a series called Recurring Dream. In this series, the creatures appear that come at night—at different times, in different visages—visitors from the subconscious. They speak in their own language, which you must decipher. They will continue to come until you understand their message. Pay attention. They are your guides. Photo by Wes Magyar
Yellow Haze of the Sun Yellow Haze of the Sun
Susan W. Lee   •  Fletcher, North Carolina, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$1800   Buy Now  » For several years I have been working with a grid format and overlapping circular shapes. Often they resemble planets or celestial bodies. This quilt reminds me of a rising sun, surrounded by multi-hued clouds; foggy and indistinct.
Ocean Sunset Ocean Sunset
Marilyn M. Lone   •  Woodinville, Washington, USA More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD The ocean has always been a source of nightmares for me—rip tides, roiling waters, vast depths. In this quilt the sun is setting on a calm sea with light glinting off the waves, but what’s underneath? Impossible to tell. Just know that the sun will be there again in the morning. Photo by Mark Frey
Dark Night Sky Dark Night Sky
Niraja C. Lorenz   •  Eugene, Oregon, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$4000   Buy Now  » At first glance, the night sky appears black. As you leave the city lights behind and encounter the dark night sky, millions of stars and other celestial bodies appear. Dark Night Sky is pieced entirely from solid-colored cotton. Each change in color is a separate piece of fabric.
 Strange Attractor #2 - Solstice: The Light Returns Strange Attractor #2 - Solstice: The Light Returns
Niraja C. Lorenz   •  Eugene, Oregon, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$2800   Buy Now  » I began this piece on the winter solstice, the longest night of the year. I imagined it being composed entirely of black and gray, but as the days lengthened, more color was called for. This series draws its name from mathematics and Chaos Theory. An “attractor” is that which pulls you toward it. “Strange” attractors have a fractal structure, a ▶
Blue Remembered Hills Blue Remembered Hills
Alicia Merrett   •  Wells, Somerset, United Kingdom More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD There is a time of the evening when darkness descends and the lights go on, which is both happy and sad. It’s a time when we may reflect on what happened to us during the day. It’s also a time when children jump about happily, eat their dinner, and want a bedtime story.
Galaxy 6 Galaxy 6
Dolores Miller   •  San Jose, California, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$1000   Buy Now  » Though always present above us, we see most stars and other heavenly bodies only in the night sky between dusk and dawn. The Hubble telescope brings us magnificently detailed images of the celestial reality from space. I conjured a close-up view of a galaxy in my mind’s eye and created this work using some unconventional materials.
Above the Galactic Plane Above the Galactic Plane
Anne R. Moats   •  Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD Gazing upwards from my own backyard, I wonder how that same starry sky might appear from a distant vantage, a different Earth, an impossible distance. Is this city seen from an alien point of view or from our own far future? Photo by Mark Hollingsworth
Moonlit Canyon Moonlit Canyon
Melody Money   •  Boulder, Colorado, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$2300   Buy Now  » This piece was inspired by a slow drive through a nearby canyon. It was incredible to see the variations of color and line in the canyon walls. Photo by Les Keeney
Silent Flight Silent Flight
Jeannie P. Moore   •  Escondido, California, USA More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD The darkness between dusk and dawn can be a mystery. How do other animals see each other in the dark? Owls see ultraviolet light through their eyes. Photo by Bob Hill
Nightscape in the City Nightscape in the City
Pat Pauly   •  Rochester, New York, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$2100   Buy Now  » A drone’s eye sees a flattened street, buildings full of life, and a night sky. Night after night, this scene repeats.
Moon Dance Moon Dance
Helena Scheffer   •  Beaconsfield, Quebec, Canada More Info Audio Statement available
$1250   Buy Now  » The whole world shimmers under the light of the moon. Photo by Maria Korab-Laskowska
Summer Solstice Summer Solstice
Sara Sharp   •  Austin, Texas, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$3200   Buy Now  » On the longest days of summer, children and adults are free to relax outdoors until well into the night. During our vacations on Cape Cod, the children joyfully play on a deck in the dunes overlooking the bay, while the setting sun bathes everything in a soft, warm light. Nearby, the adults lounge on the porches of the weathered cottages, sharing the beauty and majesty of ▶
Dusk to Dawn Indigo Dusk to Dawn Indigo
Diane S. Sheckells   •  Kingston, New Hampshire, USA More Info Audio Statement available
$475   Buy Now  » I often watch the hot pinks and oranges peek through a web of tree branches, either in the early morning hours or at sunset. The rich, velvety darkness hides the creatures of the night and is broken up by shots of pure color. It was a challenge to duplicate that feeling of brightness working against the dark, while at the same time giving the dark a rich depth.
Red City Red City
K. Velis Turan   •  Earlton, New York, USA More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD I have always been intrigued by architecture, but as a child growing up in Washington, D.C., I was deprived of skyscrapers since by law no building in the city could be taller than the Capitol. When visiting New York City, I was almost literally knocked out by walking into a parking meter while I was looking up at the wonder of it all. Red City pays homage to my love of ▶
Another Long Night Another Long Night
Lisa Walton   •  Lewisham, NSW, Australia More Info Audio Statement available
SOLD I don’t sleep! Any longer than two hours in a row is a good night. I watch my clock as the time moves slowly towards dawn. Sometimes a few minutes, sometimes longer. In the morning light I still look tired.


 

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