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"May there be many summer mornings when, with what pleasure, what joy, you enter harbors you’re seeing for the first time"

~excerpt from the poem Ithaka by C.F. Cavafy

After settling on the ocean floor, our fair ship has become a home for barnacles, coral, and other sea life. Years have gone by. Its former crew is gone and forgotten. But for an adventurous diver, this broken vessel brings a happy surprise and the joy of discovery.

Technical details:

finished size 40 x 30 in

Hand-cut pieces of fabric, layered together using raw edge applique, quilted together with hand-guided free-motion machine stitching


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