Thursday, October 3, 2013

The Quilt Walk

 A bright and shiny day, just perfect for a walk. Yet, it is not really warm any more, during the nights, temperatures are just 5-6°C (41-43° F), and at daytime, they hardly go beyond 18° (64° F). The wind is pretty icy.
 "Looks like Chernobyl", said my husband. He was carrying the object I intended to photograph.
 We went to a small lake near our home.
 What is shining thru the quilderness?
 Or creeping over a quillow?
 It is a just finished object of textile art.
Showing its reverse down by the water.
My husband was very helpful displaying the object which is only 2 layers thick on some spots, so the sun is really shining thru and the colors are as you see them, no help of digital remastering.
The hedge is just right to display the full format. And here is the artist in full format.
Thank you for walking with us!


Diane Cransac said...

OH Eva, beautiful as always. You do such wonderful work!

Ms. said...

Ah...with your man, you walked through quilteterwoods to the quilterwaters, following her.
And the day shone, as you made your way to each place she lay. She showed herself shamelessly, and playfully. She is a beauty, a wild and thoughtful work of art!!!

deanna7trees said...

fabulous quilt and fabulous images, Eva. i especially love the first shot of the quilt in the shadows. just beautiful.

Barbara Strobel Lardon said...

Beautiful photography and the quilt and artist are spectacular!

Julie Howe said...

What a joy.. Loved you quilt walk so much.. Thank you for taking the time to do this and for getting your lovely husband to do the modeling..

Els said...

Love the big splash of colour in all those greens, Eva !!!

Anonymous said...

Stunning photographs!! Our weather is the same as yours, starting today. So crisp and clean and energizing.