Author Archives: Diane
I’m taking an online class in color and composition taught by Katie Pasquini-Masopust. Our first assignment was to make a piece using the 12 hues on the color wheel with 3 values of each on a neutral background. Rather than … Continue reading
Questions go in, answers come out… You just have to believe…
A few recent arrangements… This double spiral has been in place for a week, much longer than I expected for something so obvious and accessible. The other arrangements blend into the natural environment. Less likely to be disturbed, these have … Continue reading
Lately, I’ve been arranging rocks on the shore of the lake. I think about the contrast between the permanence of the rocks themselves and the transitory nature of what I do with them. I never know how long something I … Continue reading
Daily photos from the lake where I walk each morning can now be found at http://dianebecka.com/images/ or click on Daily Image above.
I love numbers. So as today’s date approached, I thought about making something to commemorate this number. I considered a 12″ square quilt, but for me, that only seemed like two twelves, not three. Then this morning, I woke up with the … Continue reading
This completes a year of weekly journal quilts. It’s been a rewarding process, and something I’ll continue in some form, just need to figure out what that is…