This small tree is native to China, where it is used to feed silkworms. Its edible berries are relished by birds, and it has escaped cultivation to spring up in the types of weedy, neglected areas I find so interesting. I am also delighted by the way there are three differently shaped leaves all growing simultaneously.
Heliographic print on cotton, artist-painted and commercial fabrics, machine stitching.
Size: 52"h x 51"w
For Sale: $5,500
- Flora, Fauna and Flow, solo show of 30 art quilts, October 3 - December 28, 2017, Olewine Gallery, Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, Millersburg, PA
- Flora, Fauna and Flow, solo show of 30 art quilts, October - December 2017, Olewine Gallery, Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art, Millersburg, PA
- Images 2010, 2010, Robeson Gallery, Pennsylvania State University. Awarded Best in Show
- Fantastic Foliage, solo show, Jonal Gallery, 2010, Columbia, PA
- Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival, 2009, Hampton, VA
- Contemporary Colorations: The WOW Factor, invitational exhibit, NQA Quilt Show, 2008, Columbus, OH
- Celebrate Spring, International Quilt Festival, 2008, Chicago, I
- Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza, 2007, Harrisburg PA special exhibit "River Visions"