In the photo above, there are eight or nine in each pile of baby cloth. Those on the left are unfinished.
These red and dotted edges are for a coming miracle.
"Consider how it feels to be on a hillside looking out over the horizon. It is the vastness that takes us into our own inner immensity. The many small marks within that space (ripples in lakes, wisps of clouds, moving grasses) keep the eye moving and distract us just enough. It is my hope that you have this hillside kind of feeling when confronted with the work in this exhibition."
|cloud of time by Judy Martin, embroidery floss, damask, artist canvas, 2014|
|"Vetruska" Marimekko fabric designed by Aino-Maija Metsola 2012|
|Grow Into Understanding 2007 by Ali Cavanaugh|
|Falling Through Your Redolence 2008 by Ali Cavanaugh|
|Putting on Perfection 2008 by Ali Cavanaugh|
|Vetruska, designed by Aino-Maija Metsola, for Marimekko|
|Chiyoko Tanaka, Brown #602 grinded hand woven fabric 1989|
|Chiyoko Tanaka, Blue RF #601 grinded fabric rubbed with white stone 1989|
|Chiyoko Tanaka, mud dyed cloth, poppy seed oil Permeated fabric 1983|