I have been doing some research on the history of quilting, the influences on the art form, and how quilting has been adapted to contemporary art. There is a lot of interesting information out there, especially when it comes to how traditional quilt patterns got their names and what they represent. I found this awesome website that has great examples of quilts throughout history. Check it out by clicking on the quilt below!
Wow, I never meant a month to go by without an update. I just got caught up in life.
This time tomorrow, I will officially be a college graduate. I can't believe four years has gone by already! I feel like I just started at ECU yesterday. But four years and two degrees later, it time time to close the door to this chapter of my life and move on. It is kind of bittersweet. I look forward to the future, but I wish it wasn't over just yet.
I am planning on taking this summer to work and rebuild my bank account so I can afford school in the fall. I am not working on any school related projects. In fact, I don't think that I am going to do anything art related unless I absolutely want to.
And you know I want to.
Currently, I am working on making some circle scarves for the ECU holiday sale next December. I am very happy with them. They are half crochet and half fabric. I will post pictures later seeing as how my camera just told me that it died.