On Point


Catalog number: 2010-0001

DESCRIPTION: This piece combines improvisational strip piecing and layers of mark making in both water media and fabric applique. I created it as a meditation on the idea of reduction, from the many occurrences of the motif at the top to a single occurrence at the bottom. A single, dark vertical element at the bottom of the piece tapers nearly to a point to reiterate the idea of reduction, singularity, and balance on a point.

SIZE: 32 w X 68 h (inches)

MATERIALS: Cotton batting, Cotton commercial fabric, Cotton muslin, Cotton print cloth

MEDIA: Fabric paint, Water soluble media, Fiber reactive dye

TECHNIQUES: Immersion dyeing (low water), Immersion dyeing (full water), Drawing, Screen printing, Stitching (machine embellishment), Stitching (machine piecing), Stitching (machine quilting)


8/26/2011, Exhibition, "What Remains," Greenbelt Community Center, Greenbelt, MD, 8/26 - 11/13/2011

3/21/2010, Completed