Wednesday, June 22, 2011

More from the park

On the wooden planks of the tea house
I told you about a park in our city, so to speak, our central park. Today I displayed another quilt on a few places.

What makes me sad is the indifference of people who drop their empty paper cups into the waterfall and carve graffiti into the teahouse beams.

Does a corner of the quilt really dip into the water? Yes -- on purpose.

In the rose garden, I took some more pictures of the baby quilt.
 Quilt, roses, and cobblestones

The reverse of the above quilt


Exuberant Color said...

Your quilt resembles the cobblestones with the little borders separating the blocks. Beautiful park!

Anna Schüler said...

Der Park ist wunderschön, auch dein Quilts gefallen mir sehr, besonders der erste!(ich hab nicht die geringste Ahnung vom quilten aber es sieht nach sehr viel Kleinarbeit aus)

Liebe Grüße in den Norden

dls said...

Lovely surroundings and even lovelier quilts! Thanks for sharing.

Yael said...

I LOVE those photos Eva!!

leilani said...

How wonderful! I somehow lost track of your blog and just now found it again. Now I have the happy task of looking back on everything I've missed.

You were having some problems with your hands I believe and weren't quilting but doing painting in lieu. Glad to see that you again can enjoy the feeling of fabric between the fingers.

I love you work; I love your photos.

Deborah said...

Beautiful photos of your quilts in the park! What a great idea!

jude said...

great context for your cloths

deb said...

Your quilts look beautiful photographed in the park. That baby quilt is amazing!

Cobalt Violet said...

Wonderful post! Love seeing your amazing art/quilts in these settings ... fantastic!

(and it makes me crazy when people litter and leave their trash around!)

Kay Koeper Sorensen said...

I have enjoyed these "on location" pictures so much.

Diane said...

Wondering about you and hoping you are well (hugs)

Jacky said...

Eva your quilts look beautiful photographed in such wonderful surroundings. Lovely to see them outside, really brings out some of the colours!
How lucky you are to live so close to this beautiful park.

Jacky xox