October 17, 2009

Jane Sassaman Quilt…….assignment to self


I went to our public library the other day and I got so excited when I came upon this book….. Masters Art Quilts. Oh My! Oh, My!! Talk about eye-candy, talk about talent. The above piece is just part of the whole quilt created by Quilter Jane Sassaman. Not only would I love to be able to quilt such a masterpiece, I totally fell in love with her design….her art, here. Below, is the whole entire quilt. The yellow box is the small portion that the above picture shows.


So, needing something to color in using markers (because that’s my latest obsession), I used her quilt as my guide. I put my own little spin on it in many areas. This was a lot of fun.


(click on image to see it larger)

To see more of Jane Sassaman’s work. Just follow this link to her very own website. Lots to oogle about over there :)

Thanks for stopping by, vEden v

1 comment:

BlueRidgeLady said...

Ohhh this is wonderful!! I wish I had that quilt on my bed! Your spin is fabulous and I scrolled down and saw some of your other art and prismacolor work!! So lovely and precise!! Thank you for your sweet comment on my Flickr! So nice to meet you and I will be back!!!

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