This is the last work in the series Daily Routine Daily routine is my theme for for our cycle 7 “ A New World” In this challenge, I try to express a lot of things and thoughts that I see and feel in my daily life. The season changed several times during this cycle "A New World," which began in spring 2021 and ended in summer 2022.
This cycle, which I worked on while feeling the season, came to me in a different sense
This is a work that I worked on while thinking about winter
42cm W x 100.5cm L [19 ½ ”x 39 ½”] The dramatic changes of the sea due to the seasons, time of the day and weather patterns are endlessly fascinating. I love to observe the sea in all weathers. Materials: commercial cotton and artist’s dyed cotton fabric, batting, threads Techniques: hand dyed, machine pieced and quilted Sue Dennis
The planet is sick! The cyclical warming climate continues to expand. What do the warning signs of global warming and pandemic mean to us? Human beings are threatened by wars and climate disasters. Terrifying unknowns are increasing in every aspect, affecting the global economy, food supply chains, and natural ecology. Fear in the global village is spreading like a butterfly effect. The principle of survival of the fittest should focus on respect and protection! The flowering
"Fox's Wedding" @2022, 41" x 41" Fox's Wedding is my final installment in the New World series with my theme, Wandering. I am continuing to explore where the unplanned will take me creatively. While the work is largely open to personal interpretation, it reminded me of a sun shower - hence the name. Sun showers, a meteorological phenomenon where rain falls while the sun is shining, share remarkably similar folklore in cultures around the world (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S
Modern Ithaka, a Greek Island in the Ionian Sea, is generally identified with Homer's Ithaka, the home of Odysseus Viewpoints is beginning its 8th series, inspired by C. P. Cavafy's poem Ithaka (translated from Greek by Edmund Keeley), symbolizing the destination of a long journey. As you set out for Ithaka
hope your road is a long one,
full of adventure, full of discovery.
angry Poseidon—don’t be afraid of them:
you’ll never find things like that on