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23" x 30" | 2012
Slate Blue, Yellow-Orange, and Olive Green

I love the Canadian landscape painters known as the Group of Seven (although there are actually eleven of them).  Leafing through a new book, I noticed that many of their paintings use exactly these colors.  Then I started thinking of them as the colors of Canada, and wanted to make a quilt that used the colors alone to evoke the feel of the land.


Although I did use more than color, the trompe l’oeil frame is a warning not to take the rest of the “scene” too literally.

Awarded First Place in the Art/Innovative, Small category, Garden State Quilters’ Guild Quilt Show, Morristown, New Jersey, May 2013.

Exhibited in the juried show American Quilter’s Society Quilt Week, Des Moines, Iowa, October 2013.

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