Storm's Sentinel

1 May 2009
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The sky was a piece of fabric I painted, cut into diamonds and re-pieced. The fabric reminded me of the violent thunderstorms we have on the prairies. The foreground fabric was a fat 1/4 that I wet with water, twisted up and tied with elastics and let dry. The tree was created with a twin needle on fabric with no stabilizer. Beads were added to the foreground to give the impression of rain.


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reginabdunn wrote
on 5 May 2009 4:33 PM

I really like the diamond sky and how the lightning is placed into it. I wish we could see a close-up to see the beads. Interesting method to increase the texture of the foreground.

on 8 May 2009 1:06 PM

Beautiful!  Thank you for sharing your methods.  Your painting is beautiful and I can almost feel the electricity from the lightening!

Jody Johnson wrote
on 11 May 2009 8:06 AM

Thank you for your comments. I will post a detail of the quilt when I get a chance.

Jody Johnson wrote
on 13 May 2009 7:28 PM