Genevieve Guadalupe – Artist style #5

The fan shape in the style of Hilma af Klint. The fan shape is widely found in nature, specially in the leaves of plants. Branches of trees also expand in a fan shape. Shells are another example of the fan shape. Once more, playing with the duality of male and female expanding into a fan like a ray of light going through a prism.

Materials and technique: cotton fabric, cotton batting, poly thread, cotton embroidery floss, oil base ink. Monoprint on fabric, machine quilted, hand embroidered.


  1. Love the design against the dark fabric. Your quilting adds to the uniqueness of this quilt.

  2. Great colours, and the way that you have enhanced them with the hand stitch works so well. Great quilting as always!

  3. Chantal Guillermet

    Very feminine shapes and colours ! Beautiful stitching !

  4. Maryte Collard

    What a beautiful piece of art! Well done!

  5. I am very impressed with the technique and the combination of colors.

  6. A most lovely design in beautiful colors. The great quilting adds an extra dimension to the piece. Bravo!

  7. Beautiful piece, love the colors and feminine vibes, great job!

  8. I love this. The shapes and colours are beautiful and the quilting adds so much.

  9. I love your interpretation of this common fanshape. You see it in nature everywhere. Beautiful handwork.

  10. I love the gentle and peaceful atmosphere created in this piece. The colours are so well done and your stitching is perfect

  11. Beautiful composition and colors. Your embroidery and quilting add even more to the uniqueness of the piece.

  12. I love the colors you used. So nice how you used the different fan shapes.

  13. Lovely composition and your choice of colors are spot on. I can feel your inner spirit channeling Hilma af Klint’s artistic and spiritual world. Great addition to your series. Well done!

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