Euclid: Lustig Elements meets Carolyn Friedlander

Euclid was a Greek mathematician and the “father of geometry" that lived in the 4th- to 3rd-century BC. Euclidean geometry is basic to our understanding of mathematics, including the Pythagorean Theorem. In the mid 20th-century, Alvin Lustig designed only twelve letters “Euclid: A New Type”, based on Euclid’s writings. In 2010, designer Craig Welsh contacted Elaine… Read More

Snow City

Quilting as a craft has deep roots in American history. Quilting was common from the birth of the United States as a nation and saw much evolution -- from traditional blocks stemming from pioneer journeys in the early 19th century, to Colonial Revival quilts in the 1920s and 30s, to today’s modern quilting movement. Each state even has a “state quilt block”; Hearth and Home magazine's received for… Read More

Land & Sea: A collaboration with Keephouse

2017 marks the 150th birthday of Canadian Confederation. The country has been ramping up to this for quite some time now, with capital projects readying for years leading up to this very occasion.Quilting as a craft has deep roots in American history, but I really want to explore what stories and techniques a Canadian quilt can contain to commemorate this sesquicentennial year. I had great intentions in 2016 to get a series of one-off throw quilts off the ground, featuring… Read More

Crow Quills Analog

This quilt is inspired by Andy Gilmore's digital artwork “08-25-10." The intention was to translate a digital process of generating art into an extreme analog version. The result was 2,160 triangles in 25 different shades.  As my second quilt, this marked the beginning of an evolution in my work, where solids are used exclusively to… Read More