OwnerPrivate Collection
Location Canberra, ACT, Australia
MakerAlison Muir
Origin new-south-wales
Pattern Contemporary
Date2010-2019
Dimensions (H x W in cm)99 cm x 96 cm

History

International scientists agree ‘sea grass’ is known to be a safe and reliable carbon sink. Yet man destroys acres of sea grass to build marinas thereby creating more carbon that needs to be sequested.

Exhibitions: ‘Quilts + Art + Quilts’ at Schweinfurth Art Centre New York USA in 2014.
Mosman Art Gallery, ‘Artists of Mosman 2088’ 2015.
The Quilters Guild of SA, ‘Dare to Differ’ exhibition, Adelaide 2015

Publications: video of Q+A+Q exhibition;
SAQA Portfolio 23, 2016
sold in 2018

Description

Materials: various recycled silks, beads
Techniques: hand dyed and painted, machine pieced, hand and machine quilted

Acknowledgements

Andy Payne, Photographix

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