|Collection||Yvonne Line Collection|
|Location||Campbelltown NSW Australia|
|Pattern||Appliqué Contemporary Embroidered Pictorial|
|Dimesions (H x W in cm)||220 x 170|
HistoryDuring a trip to the west coast of Tasmania stopping at Lake Peddar and the Gordon River, I was devastated by the ‘clear felling’ of forests and the subsequent planting of Radiata Pine. Numerous roads had been gouged into the forests for access for the logging trucks. They became ‘king of the road’ on the bitumen and they stopped for no one.
Most Original Award, ‘Tree Images 1988’ The International Forestry Conference for the Australian Bicenterary 1988 and The Border Quilters, Albury–Wodonga.
[Yvonne Line, Textile Artist 2017]
DescriptionMachine appliqué, net layering, hand quilted and finished. Materials include net, wool, cotton, corduroy, silk and blends. Polyester wadding.
2200 x 1700 mm
AcknowledgementsYvonne Line Art Textiles - A Complete Retrospective. 2017
Published by Port Melbourne Photography P/L
Photo by John Lamb