Summer on the Sirannon
Art quilt depicting northern lake in summer
based this quilt on a scene from Wisconsin’s northwoods. It is high summer, with Queen Anne’s Lace in bloom, the sun warm in a blue sky, the trees not yet turning to autumn. I thought of being in the still woods, hearing only birds, insects, and the quiet lapping of water.
The water is painted satin. A variety of green fabrics, and lots of thread-sketching, were used for the trees. The sky is a hand-dyed cotton. The Queen Anne’s Lace is free-motion stitched cotton thread, done separately, and attached to the quilt along with dimensional leaves.
The Sirannon is the name of a small river in “The Lord of the Rings”, whose source is at the entrance to Moria. I chose an alliterative imaginary name to go with this imagined scene.
- 18 x 24″
- Cotton and silk fabrics, cotton threads, paint
- Machine appliqued, thread sketched and quilted
Fiber art for the wall, decorative objects, and fiber art jewelry. Most pieces are made with my signature “thread sculpture” technique, because fiber art is unique!
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