A focus on MINIMALISM in quilts. A five day workshop for maximum discovery.
Join me at Woodland Ridge Retreat Center June 5-9, 2018 Minimalist Design Maximum Impact woodlandridgeretreat
Explore a subtle challenge. Simplicity is deceptively complex. What do you place on an uncluttered center stage? What is enough? Interpret minimalism as you consider color and contrast, composition and the essence of what is important. Consider influences from our quilting tradition, modern art and design, and the natural world. Consider the influence of using material at hand, simplify and repurpose.
|REPURPOSED SILK FROM A NECKTIE CATCHES THE SUNLIGHT|
composition influenced by Marge Tucker, another quilter published in Minimal Quiltmaking
Minimal Quiltmaking by Gwen Marston included several of my quilts. I will share my interpretation of Gwen's Liberated Quiltmaking methods. Working without a pattern invites creativity and liberates the imagination.
|A FIRST EFFORT TO SIMPLIFY|
"ONTONAGON CLAY" SMALL STUDY
I welcome you to join me!
Minimal Quiltmaking by Gwen Marston, AQS 2014
Wabi-Sabi for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers, by Leonard Koren; Imperfect Publishing, Point Reyes, California
Marge Tucker margetuckerquilts.com