Friday, July 10, 2009

New Work - Hot Water - Dead Sea

I have been working on a big piece which I cannot really show on my blog as I am hoping it will be exhibited - if I finish it in time.

However - I recently made a smaller quilt for an exhibition in New Zealand on climate change - called A Change in the Weather. Mine is:

Hot Water - Dead Sea
$ 1600
150 cm x 50 cm

At the waters of the sea increase in temperature the sea will become more acid. Corals and molluscs will be unable to form shells and the reefs will die. For a while at least, coelenterates like jelly fish will fill the seas.

Cotton fabric, wool mix batting, layered appliqué, piecing.

Hot water dead sea IMG_6219.JPG

I do not often post things for sale - in fact I do not often even try to sell work as it is easier for me to sell classes and talks if I actually own most of it myself. I am a slow worker too. I seem to spend as much time thinking about the pieces as I do working on them.

The crosses are inserted in the piecing like a memorial for the dead coral reef.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well said!
A picture is worth a thousand words, and this piece says it beautifully.
Congratulations on the solo show in Birmingham too.
Judy B

12:55 pm  
Blogger KaiteM. said...

That is so beautiful Jenny, and so deadly. It really makes one stop and gasp. Congratulations from me also re Birmingham.
KaiteM. from Bathurst

7:50 pm  
Blogger Sue said...

Jenny this piece is superb and I picked up the symbolism of the crasses before I read what you had written. Well done

7:50 pm  
Blogger anareis said...

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9:18 pm  
Blogger Kristin L said...

It's beautiful and sad at the same time.

9:51 am  
Blogger Paramjeet said...

its beautiful like a sad story

you are amazing

waiting to see what magic you weave with your photographs of Taj and India.

5:46 am  
Blogger Fábio Paulos said...

nice photografies!

congratulations for your blog!

11:51 pm  
Blogger Sew little fabric said...

Ohh my, Jenny!
It is not often that my breath is taken away, but wow. I have no words except to say that I wish I could see it in person.
Hugs Paula

9:16 pm  
Blogger Penny said...

Hi, Just wanted to say I'm really looking forward to seeing your work at the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham.

5:24 am  
Anonymous vishav bhraman said...

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