Raised on Bluebonnets
Raised on Bluebonnets

© Suzan Engler
Design Source: I have an affinity for wildflowers; I love the "bloom where you are planted" spirit.  This quilt is a result of wondering how a creature would look that was raised only on wildflowers.

Fractal Pattern - Fast Cars, Rainy Night
Fractal Pattern - Fast Cars, Rainy Night

© Suzan Engler
Available - 40" x 40"

Artist Statement: Fractals are the most basic pattern of all things that occur in nature. They define the geometry of things we see, and things we do not see in the natural world. They are evident in many forms from our DNA and coronary circulation system, to fern fronds and snowflakes, and even supernovas. This particular computer-generated fractal mimics the pattern of water reflecting color, light, and motion. One can imagine fast, shiny cars racing down a wet, moonlit street.

Materials/Techniques:  Textile Painting (digital manipulation of original photo, paint, cotton fabric, batting, and machine stitching).  Inspired by a photo by Joe Michl, used with permission. 

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View From The Farmhouse
View From The Farmhouse

© Suzan Engler

Hiding Amongst The Clarinet Reeds
Hiding Amongst The Clarinet Reeds

© Suzan Engler
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Raised on Bluebonnets
Fractal Pattern - Fast Cars, Rainy Night
Engler-Hay-Rake-Retired-web.jpg
View From The Farmhouse
Hiding Amongst The Clarinet Reeds
Raised on Bluebonnets

© Suzan Engler
Design Source: I have an affinity for wildflowers; I love the "bloom where you are planted" spirit.  This quilt is a result of wondering how a creature would look that was raised only on wildflowers.

Fractal Pattern - Fast Cars, Rainy Night

© Suzan Engler
Available - 40" x 40"

Artist Statement: Fractals are the most basic pattern of all things that occur in nature. They define the geometry of things we see, and things we do not see in the natural world. They are evident in many forms from our DNA and coronary circulation system, to fern fronds and snowflakes, and even supernovas. This particular computer-generated fractal mimics the pattern of water reflecting color, light, and motion. One can imagine fast, shiny cars racing down a wet, moonlit street.

Materials/Techniques:  Textile Painting (digital manipulation of original photo, paint, cotton fabric, batting, and machine stitching).  Inspired by a photo by Joe Michl, used with permission. 

View From The Farmhouse

© Suzan Engler

Hiding Amongst The Clarinet Reeds

© Suzan Engler
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