Wen Redmond: Continuing the Conversation

Wen Redmond: Continuing the Conversation, 2018, Techniques: Molding paste applied to interfacing substrate, textured, digitally prepared, and printed in sections to create a larger finished photograph. This is quilted and cut into segments. Each segment is edge stitched, sealed with paint and hand-tied together with pearl cotton. The entire piece is protected with varnish. Materials: illustrates mixed media molding paste substrate and segmented quilt presentation Digitally prepared textured molding paste, interfacing, paint, medium, pearl cotton & thread 30x50

Wen Redmond: Continuing the Conversation, 2018, Techniques: Molding paste applied to interfacing substrate, textured, digitally prepared, and printed in sections to create a larger finished photograph. This is quilted and cut into segments. Each segment is edge stitched, sealed with paint and hand-tied together with pearl cotton. The entire piece is protected with varnish. Materials: illustrates mixed media molding paste substrate and segmented quilt presentation Digitally prepared textured molding paste, interfacing, paint, medium, pearl cotton & thread 30×50

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One comment on “Wen Redmond: Continuing the Conversation”

  1. sheila dow says:

    hi,iam wondering if the background of written words is on printed paper ?
    thankyou
    sheila

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