Whew! This art piece is finished!
It was a near thing, getting it completed before the end of the year. I had several thoughts urging me on before the calendar rolled to 2015:
- I had established a SAQA Visioning Project goal of 4 new art pieces in 2014 (this is the 4th). No way was I going to miss achieving the goal by mere days. Not that there’s a gold star or a smiley face or a trophy for the goal meeting. Instead, there is satisfaction in accomplishing something I set out to do in the time I set to do it.
- I refuse to let the busyness of a new job stop me from creating my art, and….
- I needed the dining room table cleared of sewing machine, cutting mats, fabric, thread, scissors, Ott lites, and art to make room for Christmas cookies, Christmas cake, and Christmas Eve dinner. Food, drink, and fabric don’t mix.
Somewhere through the process of creating this piece, I realized its name had changed to Sunburst. The bright, bright points of color in the compass explode across the pale, pale yellow of a dawn sky.
What do you think?
Sunburst (link to poem)
Next up: “Any color’s all right as long as it’s red” – My Grandpa Clark used to say that. I always thought the statement would make an excellent art quilt name. Check back in January for a progress report.
2 thoughts on “Mariner’s Compass, Part 4 (Finished!)”
Looking good! NIce to see you met your goal!!
Well done Sweets! Very creative. You are getting better with each one. Can’t wait to see the next.