For Quilters’ Eyes — Photography, Textiles, and David Hockney

Just a sample of what I think David Hockney has been going on about for the last 40 years. This piece of textile art that I did as a june-come-lately dates to 2007. I am putting it up here for my colleagues on the SAQA yahoo list, just in case they are curious:

JOU, Goose Rock Composite, about 36 x 36, Photographs on cotton, machine stitched, 2007.

–June

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2 Responses to For Quilters’ Eyes — Photography, Textiles, and David Hockney

  1. Sheila says:

    I do like this one, June. The texture from the stitching ads so much. But then, I’m guessing you’re working on texture with your paintbrush too.

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  2. Thanks for this, June. I very much appreciate your comments encouraging learning and openness and understanding of a larger art perspective. You express these things so much better than I ever could!

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