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Doors Across Austin
36 in(132 cm x 91 cm)
This quilt began with the confluence of my collection of colorful door photographs and a book I was reading by Temple Grandlin. She used doors as a metaphor for transitions in her life, transitions that are especially difficult for autistics. I realized that this quilt about doors was about my son; the difficulties he would face and all the transitions that he would whole-heartedly avoid, his missed opportunities.
artist created batik cotton fabrics, fusible web, embroidery floss, batting, thread
batik, bleach discharge, overdyeing, photo transfer, hand embroidery, fusible applique, machine quilting