Impressionist Art Quilt; Impression Sunrise In theThe Garden

Barbara Harms Fiber Art

This is hand painted silk.with all the flowers hand painted and appliqued on. In case you didn’t notice, there a lot of those funny little abstract flowers.Yet, this was a fun quilt to make.
In the spring, I like to have my first cup of coffee in the garden, admiring the flowers. The colors seem lit from within. The air is heavy with fragrance of the flowers, it lifts you off your bench. to smell and look at each flower.
I wonder if Monet did that in his garden at Giverny?

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5 replies

  1. Granbee, As always you’re are so generous in your commrents. I enjoy your blog as well. Congrats on your career as a poet, it is never a job to do what we love True? And you ovbiously love what you are doing!


  2. the quilt is very beautiful. one may think that art has to be on a canvas to be considered artwork, but wherever one decides to express their art work, should be considered art. The quilts are hand painted and they are amazing. Many of our beddings are manufactured from else where. None of the designs on my beddings are hand painted on. These quilts are amazing!


    • Thanks so much Mirellah. I am an painter for many years so combining painting and quilting methods, thread-painting ect. came as a pretty natural of a direction for me. I love traditional quilting as well and do that too, but art is my leaning.


    • Mirellah I appreciate your comment and
      insights about art quilting. More and more it is gaining acceptance as a art form and not just a craft or hobby it;s popularity is fast rising. That is why many collectors are buying a lot of it at the bargain prices it goes for presently ,being original work. The low prices it is now it is obtainable ,won’t last long, as the popularity raises value.It is quite a good investment at the present time. AS a painter of many years after I developed an interest in traditional quilts, before long I naturally leaned more and more to the art quilting, art using traditional methods in a unique way the painted fabrics and dyed fabric with painting & quilting but added dyeing and produced more artist formds. So fiber art was born!