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I was already an established artist when I decided to make a quilted wall hanging. Just a fascination with fabric. Even with the difficulties of learning to sew combined with trying to express my thoughts and imagery, I was hooked.
My first years 1993-1995, were spent piecing geometric type quilts. By 1996 I was ready to really explore this medium. I wanted to work narratively but felt that I needed to reacquaint myself with human anatomy. I started with a series of female nudes.
I had felt limited by standard piecing and discovered a method of rough edge applique that better suited my imagery. I used mostly printed fabrics to achieve shading and surface detail. Combining that with hand cutting intricate shapes is what became my signature style.
Materials
Cotton commercial fabrics. Cotton batting.
Techniques
Machine applique, embroidery and quilting.

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