Sunday, April 13, 2014

Sunday Quilt Inspiration: SCULPTURE squared and shaped

Enjoy the inspiration of outdoor sculptures and some amazing modern quilt.  Shape inspiration from both.

David Smith's "Cubi XII" at the Hirshhorn Museum Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC by Peter Michel, via Flickr

Modern Quilting
RNA - The key to dream.  Kan Yasuda was born in the city of Bibai on Japan's nothern island Hokkaido in 1945. He moved to Italy in 1970 on a fellowship from the Italian Government and studied with Professor Pericle Fazzini at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Afterwards he set up his studio at Pietrasanta in nothern Italy, world famous for its superior quality marble. There he continues to live and work at marble and bronze sculptures.

Andy Goldsworthy whenever I see rocks balancing in a field I have to look. It's harder than it looks!

Washington DC - Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden - Voltri XV by David Smith by wallyg, via Flickr

Tutorial - quilting in a spiral on a DSM  -  The Quilting Edge

Barbara Hepworth sculpture garden and museum, St Ives, Cornwall

Barbara Hepworth's Sculpture Garden in Cornwall

Love the spiral

Barbara Hepworth's Sculpture Garden

Sculpture Garden Conservatory, Minneapolis

Love this modern quilt.

Stepping Stones

1 comment:

Pattilou said...

Your quilts are an inspiration!