Thursday, October 3, 2013

Seasons challenge

My art quilt group issued a challenge with the theme of "Seasons" in a 20 by 20" format. My mind went to dividing the space into four sections and depicting each season. Nope. Then I thought of doing a picture of my neighbors crab apple tree in full bloom. Not just what I wanted to do. Then I found a quote by Helen Hayes: Childhood is the shortest season. Perfect. While visiting the grand kids, I took them to a park. The twins were swinging and enjoying. I did a close up of Isla and added the lettering.


We had our reveal last week and it was delightful to see how many different ways "Seasons" could be presented. To see work by the others, go to: Pins and Needles Art Quilters. Yes, drawing can be done with more than the traditional media:)






3 comments:

Caatje said...

Nice! I like the way you incorporated the shadows.

PAMO said...

Wow Sandra! A fantastic quilt you've made with a great concept. Love it.

Gina said...

I love the idea of childhood being a season and how you've depicted your season is wonderful!