Monday, March 08, 2010

Ice field at Twilight

Here is my small piece called Ice Field at Twilight. I recognize that twilight can occur any time of day in some places . The background is a hand painted whole cloth piece. I fused a pleated and folded piece of white cotton on top and then machine quilted it, adding accents of silver on the folds. I accented the colour in the sky a bit with with a peach-y cololured chalk pastel, and did a tiny bit of the same colour on the folds of the "ice". The mountain and shore are hand dyed cotton. Over all I'm pleased with it. It is about 13" by 18"

Pat F in Winnipeg
aka fndlmous


Betty Warner said...

Pat - This is a delightful piece. The ice is very interesting - what a great idea. Good job!

Betty Warner

Cynthia Ann Morgan said...

Hi Pat, I like the sparse really highlights the beautiful sky and the crackly ice. Wonderful job

Janice Paine-Dawes said...

This is wonderful pat. I feel the crackling cold on the piece. great job!

Kathy Angel Lee said...

Very cool! That's the effect I get from it.

Cherie in Del Mar said...

Did you pleat and fold before you fused, or as you fused? I am so intrigued with this process. Wonderful effects! Love the sky as well :-)

Linda Mac said...

I love the simplicity of this piece. It captures the coldness of a winter day. Brrr. The soft colors in the sky really add to the piece. The pleats and folds in the snow in the foreground are just the right texture for the snow and ice. Very nice.