Ann writes of her quilt, "I love tackling different subjects in my pictorial quilts. I’m particularly fond of the shapes of boats — the sleek, curved hulls designed to cut effortlessly through water. Rowboats are simple, elegant crafts. Powered by hand using oars, they seem to beckon to a slower, simpler time. This boat was partly swamped, having aged and fallen into disuse. But it was also filled with memories of times past…"

Star Members can learn more about Ann in Show 2006: Engaging the Viewer with Line, Shape, and Gesture.

TimesPastbyAnnPShaw - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

TimesPastbyAnnPShaw - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

TimesPastbyAnnPShaw - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

TimesPastbyAnnPShaw - 36 Pieces Rotating

TimesPastbyAnnPShaw - 100 Pieces Rotating

TimesPastbyAnnPShaw - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


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