I finished an on-line class this summer on "Painted Landscapes" from "Quilt University", Michele Scott was the teacher. Here are some of the students work including one of mine:http://www.quiltuniversity.com/Galleries/gallery21a.htm
I haven't posted any of the work I did from the class here yet but you can see more of it on my Flickr account at http://www.flickr.com/photos/76498602@N00/
I know that you started this topic awhile ago but I hope this helps,
Take a look at some of my quilts. "Morning in Marin" is a painted landscape. I am using this technique more and more I find it to be very expressive. I have used all different kinds of paint and dye. If you paint with a watered down dye/paint on wet fabraic you can get a really nice watercolor effect.
I agree with Eileen, the best thing is the Google search. Also try searching 'painting on fabric', that brings up lots of options. If you want to investigate techniques take a look at 'The Painted Quilt' which is a book by Linda and Laura Kemshall, it is awesome. Maggi
I want to look at some painted landscape quilts for inspiration. I'd like to do a moon and sillhouetted tree. I was also thinking of painting Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane. I don't want to copy anyone's work. I just have questions about how to paint on fabric because I am attending a workshop at a quilt show. I will post my results. The show is in a week, so please respond asap. Thanks, Jan