So Carol showed some work from each of her series, and her design process, as well as some of the techniques she uses, fused applique that is then satin-stitched down, preparation of individual "confetti" pieces that are the building block for those quilts... and her current work that take uses leaf forms.
After the lecture, she led us on a tour of her work hanging in the museum. There was a great selection from all of the series, and I took a zillion photos (with her permission). I'm sure I will refer to them frequently when I am wondering,"How did she do that??" As always, seeing the work in real life was SO much better than books... I need to go to more shows!
|Carol Taylor Arc-i-textures Workshop|