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Ann Johnston | Gallery | Abstractions quilts

Ann Johnston's art quilts are featured on this gallery page.

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The detail of the freeform stitches create a 3D textural quality that makes this piece unique.

I saw this Nautilus Quilt at PQIF a couple of years ago. The beading and the quilting add so much to this beautiful art quilt.

Combining painting and quilting brings out the best in both with this fantastic class from Katie Pasquini Masopust.

Combining painting and quilting brings out the best in both with this fantastic class from Katie Pasquini Masopust.

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Welcome to another Inspirations post. For those of you who didn't see my post at the end of last week, just wanted to introduce you to the .

Floating, 2004 by Ann Johnston

Floating, 2004 by Ann Johnston

Fold/Unfold 2, 2012, 60”h. x 20” w., silk broadcloth, dyed with Procion MX dyes, and over-dyed with vat dyes; machine pieced and machine quilted.

LIZ AXFORD Fold/Unfold x w., silk broadcloth, dyed with Procion MX dyes, and over-dyed with vat dyes; machine pieced and machine quilted.

A Thousand Words ...

A Thousand Words ...

Color Works by Cathleen Stechschulte & Paula Swett - 25 x 28 inches    “Color Works” emerged serendipitously upon viewing test strips of textile paint hanging from a rack: complementary, analogous, and monochromatic color schemes…glorious eye-candy!

Color Works by Cathleen Stechschulte Paula Swett - 25 x 28 inches “Color Works” emerged serendipitously upon viewing test strips of textile paint hanging from a rack: complementary, analogous, and monochromatic color schemes…glorious eye-candy!

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