Genevieve Guadalupe – Series #3 – Complementary

Breath in the fall



Breath in the fall is my interpretation of the same tree, the same concept of the ample tree taking over the earth. This time just before winter on a cold sunny fall day, when the sky is bright blue and the leaves seem on fire.

Hand dyed cotton fabrics, poly batting, thread, raw edge applique, machine quilted

genevieve guadadupe complementary 2018


Other pieces in the series:


  1. Stunning interpretation of your tree, a delight to study the detail in your quilt. Cheers

  2. I love this colour combination a very fitting end to your brilliant series. Really like the fine quilting.

  3. Perfect colour combination. I like the linear quilting in opposition with the curvy shapes of the tree and leaves.

  4. joanbrailsford

    A beautiful interpretation of your subject. I love the colours you have used and the perfection of your design and stitching. Wonderful series

  5. The colours are really beautiful. I love your series, It is so graphic.

  6. A perfect complement to a lovely series. Well done.

  7. A perfect design series. Well executed!

  8. A well balanced series and your quilting is so nice. A nice third piece to make it complete, beautiful in one word!

  9. This colours makes it wonderful autumn tree. Really a strong and beautiful series.

  10. English quilter

    The tree has a beautiful graceful shape. The plethora of leaves is very effective in this piece and works well to fill the space. You have created a very cohesive series about your tree.

  11. Beautiful and elegant tree series. Well done Genevieve!

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