Art quilter Malka Dubrawsky sometimes creates quilts with "loud, boisterous, colorful fabrics that seem to ricochet off each other." But recently, she has begun experimenting with a softer palette.
“The initial inspiration for working with these fabrics came from several sources including the clean aesthetic of Japanese craft books, the art of minimalist painter Agnes Martin, and my desire to explore traditional quilt patterns in a way that felt fresh and modern.”
To read Malka's article, turn to page 24 in the April/May 2009 issue.
“Twinkle in White” • 26" x 25"