Primordial Sea

While living in Texas fossils fascinated my children, and we spent many happy days in the creek beds of Austin searching for evidence that North America was once under the sea. This quilt is what I like to imagine a Primordial Sea, abundant in jewel toned marine life would look like.

this quilt is whole cloth hand dyed silk painted with textile paints 89″ x 62″ 2005

This quilt won 1st place Innovative at Pacific International Quilt Festival 2006 and 2nd place Painted Surface at IQF World of Beauty 2005

If you would like to see how this quilt was made look in the May Archives.

8 Responses to “Primordial Sea”

  1. Bae Bee says:


  2. jenclair says:

    Breathtaking! Delightful! Here is art,indeed.

  3. Awesome quilts….and as jen said definitely art…maggie in sc

  4. Jenni says:

    Thanks so much for describing your technique & story behind each quilt. The detail you put into your quilts is just wonderful!

  5. Caitlin says:

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!! Judy, your talent is swe inspiring – thank you for sharing!

  6. Elle says:

    Beautiful work! Welcome to the AQ ring!!! I enjoyed seeing the process.

  7. Congratulations on your award for this in Houston!

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