OwnerPrivate Collection
Location Sydney, NSW, Australia
MakerAlison Muir
Origin new-south-wales
Pattern Contemporary
Date2010-2019
Dimensions (H x W in cm)140 cm x 90 cm

History

Gold's cubic atoms are believed to be the result of Supernova explosions that scattered metal dusts into the Earth's atmosphere. Tiny gold particles collect using water as the medium and form deposits usually along with quartz. 80% of the precious metal is used in jewellery and is privately owned. Gold's symbol is 'au'.
Exhibitions: 'Golden Textures' exhibition Central Goldfields Art Gallery, Maryborough Victoria 2013;
‘European Quilt’ Exhibition in Netherlands 2014.

Publications: Members Gallery www.ozquiltnetwork.org

Description

Materials: commercial dyed cotton, gold net, glass beads
Techniques: hand painted, stencilled, beaded & machine stitched

Acknowledgements

Andy Payne Photographix

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