I've always been interested in meaning, the creation of meaning, and in particular, how the brain interprets marks, whether man made or natural, to try to fit them into some sort of structure of meaning, to reach an understanding of them. The Texture Of Memory has work in it that relates to that mark making/mark interpreting interest, but there are a number of quilts that fit very nicely into the 'mark making' theme, such as this one.
Markmaking with fabric, also, as in this piece ;
The first of the landscape quilts were 'Flying Dreams' (if you search on that title, you'll come across several images and some writing about the work). This was the first of several, including one in the shape of a flying body, which now lives with Thelma Smith.
I think this has to be one of my personal favourites, it has such a feeling of space and joy in it, at least for me.
While this, Norfolk Landscape, is the most recent, a dye painted and stitched piece. I want to make more in this vein, it feels 'right' to me, somehow.
Some of hte landscape quilts included quite a bit of mark making; I made a series of them for the Evolon book. I find myself still playing with that idea in Norfolk Landscape, though it moved from a horizon based image, to a view from the air (in part at least).
Enough eye candy for one day, methinks... more next time.