Evergreen DreamWhile other trees drop their leaves, slim down and prepare for the long cold winter, those audacious pines, cedars, firs remain green. Prickly, sappy and harsh; evergreens endure snow and ice. Once their flowering friends appear, they vanish from view. Unsung heroes, taking a supporting role in show of spring and summer. Today, April 19, 2017 my Evergreen Dream returned home. Not a real dream, a quilt, an art quilt to be exact. Life is better than a dream, it's real. That's what I say, so make me prove it! Seriously, I do for reals use GYST. Thanks to Karen Atkinson for putting this tool out there, I bought it several years ago. It works for me. Here are my notes, both the ingredients list and the artist statement.
Hand dyed/ sunprinted cotton fabric, texture created by machine quilting with metallic thread, handpainted, bound with fused hand dyed cotton.
Curls and whimsical textures with the glint of greens and gold, give this abstract piece a dreamlike quality like snow covered evergreens shimmering in the moonlight.Secret Note: Dear Ms. Anne On Eemuss, please don't be mad. For reals! I know that for reals is bugging you a bit. I don't mean to prickly or be harsh, my writing is defiantly not the flowering tree. Sorry, not sorry. Ironically, all humor aside, this is all true. Life is too complex to not be true. My Aim is True. Peace! AtoZ
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