|one morning in spring--30 x 40"--ann brauer 2019|
Thursday, August 15, 2019
It was a bright sunny day last spring when I knew I needed to celebrate the season. Sure it took me longer than a day to finish this quilt--of course. But I still remember the joy I felt when I made it. I call it "one morning in spring". Can you see why?
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Tuesday, August 13, 2019
dancing in the moonlight
As I was researching ideas for a custom order, I came across an image of this quilt and had to share it. I called it "dancing in the moonlight" and loved all the grasses swaying in the wind with the moon peaking through. At least that's my story. What's yours?
|dancing in the moonlight--40x40 inches--quilt by Ann Brauer--image by John Polak|
Monday, August 5, 2019
dreams of autumn
What a lovely day it is. The first hint of the crisp cool air of autumn even though it is only August. Amazing how my perspective and energy changes. And yes, I finished this quilt "dreams of autumn" just in time for the Berkshires Craft Show next week-end at Monument Mountain High School in Great Barrington, MA www.berkshirescraftfair.org. One of my favorite shows with so many wonderful artists. If you are in the area I hope you will visit. I included a coupon for reduced admission in this post.
|dreams of autumn--32 x 48"--quilt--Ann Brauer|
|dreams of autumn--detail--Ann Brauer|
Thursday, August 1, 2019
after the storm
Sometimes the name says it all. I remember those wonderful hot days broken by the splendor of a thunderstorm. Then the clouds lift and just as the sun is setting, there is that thin band of light. Tomorrow will be a delightful day full of promise and the fresh smell of the rain. Isn't that a good parable to live by?
|after the storm--quilt--ann brauer 2019--photo by John Polak|
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