Fibrations

Banyan

While on a trip to China I became fascinated with the many huge, old banyan trees. I took pictures of them whenever possible. This quilt is a compilation of these photos. The construction of the work was accomplished by starting with the background and adding layer after layer of fabric and stitching ending with the three dimensional tendrils and beading to add even more depth and texture.


Ann Marie Patrick

Ann Marie Patrick

Being a fibre artist encourages a sense of artistic freedom: freedom of technique, freedom of material, freedom of style and freedom of expression. My experimentally eclectic style continues to evolve with every new piece of work. I continue to study with fibre artists from all over the world and take inspiration from them and the world that surrounds me. I am always looking around the corner for the next challenge and the next inspiration.

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