When I was growing up, I wanted to be an architect. I was told in the 1950s that girls didn't do that! I really didn't have the ambition to swim against the tide, so I chose another life journey with never a moment of regret!
Fortunately over the years, we have been able to do some traveling where my focus has always been the architecture --- from castles and cathedrals to cottages.
I have observed some great accomplishments of talented architects. I love the juxtaposition of modern buildings with traditional, older structures.
I'm always inspired and wish I could transfer my love of architecture more effectively to my quiltmaking achieving that energy of juxtaposition.
In this recent small quilt, I have combined the modern architectural triangle with a traditional quilt setting. To read more about my triangle inspiration check out my other blog, https://sallyssalmagundi.blogspot.com/2018/01/architectural-inspiration.html. (Click Here.)
I fussy-cut the fabrics enclosed by the triangles to remind me of
the treasures found inside some great buildings I have visited.
"Juxtaposition", 2018, 18" x 31"
Machine paper-pieced, machine quilted.
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