Bella Kaplan – Artist style #4

In this challenge I continued to engage with Gloria O’Keefe with the hibiscus. I always try to touch on the subject of the leaf and stamens in the flower and to touch in some way the feminine pan. I used cotton fabrics that I dyed, and machine quilting

I really like to engage in this challenge

Detail view:

  1. Another great addition to your series. I love your choice of colours and different stitch patterns to create depth to the work. Well done.

  2. Chantal Guillermet

    Joyful piece in harmony with the previous one ! beautiful series !

  3. I love your hibiscus details that are so different every time but still in harmony with the whole series.. Beautiful colours and stitching.

  4. Beautiful design and choice of colours. The quilting adds to the beauty of the quilt. well done

  5. Unbelievable how you manage to work in more and more details but still stay very harmonious with the rest of your series. Love it!

  6. Maryte Collard

    Your series is really getting very interesting. I wonder how far can you go? I love the colors and texture, bravo!

  7. Beautiful addition to your series. The use of your many different colorful dyed fabrics makes for extra detail of the flower. The expert quilting adds great texture. Bravo!

  8. joanbrailsford

    Another beautiful quilt that is very expressive and is a lovely addition to your hibiscus series. I enjoyed this very much

  9. A lovely extension to your series. looking so closely into the flower has created an almost abstract design. I love the detail in the quilting.

  10. Wonderful interpretation of Georgia O’Keefe’s style. I am intrigued by your color palette, somewhat different than the artist’s usual choice. I like it a lot!

  11. studiociboulette

    Going deeper into the flower each time, I love it! So much detail and interesting exploration of the subject. Bravo!

  12. Going deeper into the hibiscus in such a great idea. I love the colors you use.

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