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What’s hanging at My House #3

Here’s what’s hanging in the downstairs hallway:

An abstract landscape started in a class with Sandi Cummings called Sonoma Landscape

A stilllife:

A Matisse print;

A self-portrait of my daughter Lisa, painted from a photo:

Kyoto Moonshadows – from a class with Judy Mathieson using Japanese Textiles

Fractured Stained Glass ( Won an honorable mention at the Marin Quilt Show)

Chocolate Log Cabin

A primitive watercolor of the Airlie Gardens Chapel in Wilmington, NC where my daughter Steph was married. This was painted by an 82 year old friend.

4 Responses to “What’s hanging at My House #3”

  1. Deborah says:

    I’m loving this series too! (Also loving daughter Lisa’s “ugly beautiful.”) And that chocolate log cabin is delish!

  2. Deb R says:

    I love your series of photos on what’s hanging in your house, Gerrie. What a great idea!

  3. Karoda says:

    I like the landscape quilt and the chocolate log cabin…but you have diverse pieces all around you, how wonderful.

  4. Scrapmaker says:

    Delightful! I think your home must be a place of visual delight. Jen