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Quilted fiber art showing individual works with detail shots of selected pieces

Quilted fiber art showing individual works with detail shots of selected pieces

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  • Fiber Art Catherine Kleeman www.cathyquilts.com
  • Catherine Kleeman’s stunning fiber pieces are the results of an interweaving of precision craftsmanship and the play of chance, as well as a dialogue between fiber art and abstract painting. Jason Fagan, 22 nd Annual Critics’ Residency, Maryland Art Place
  • Symphony in Red 47” L x 44”W
  • Deep Purple 57” L x 49” W
  • Downtown 51” L x 44” W
  • Downtown (detail)
  • Moss Gold 45” L x 58” W
  • Moss Gold (detail)
  • Red Rover 44” L x 58” W
  • First Frost 60” L x 34” W
  • Yellow Brick Road 53” L x 50”W
  • Spring Green 54” L x 50” W
  • Sun Dance 50” x 50”
  • Urban Greenspace 52” L x 54”W
  • Urban Greenspace (detail)
  • Blue Moon 44.5” L x 34.5” W
  • Winter Song 40” L x 45” W
  • Winter Song (detail)
  • Kleeman is fascinated by color and composition, by the possibilities of thread and fabric, by the process itself. Her work does fit the technical definition of a quilt – two pieces of fabric enclosing a layer of batting – but the results are uniquely her own. The result is something that is beautifully rich in two traditions: that of the quilter, transformed and transfigured, and that of the abstract painter. Darcelle Bleau, 22 nd Annual Critics’ Residency, Maryland Art Place
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