Poisoning Flint Posted on April 9, 2016March 6, 2017 by Mary Vaneecke ‘Poisoning Flint’ is made of hand-dyed, rust dyed silk organza, felted wool, stitch, and a drinking glass. The piece is 4.5” x 18” x 4.5”. It was a part of the Surface Design Association’s Transgressing Traditions exhibition at the Schweinfurth Art Center in 2016. ‘Poisoning Flint’ will travel with the Studio Art Quilt Associates H2Oh! show through 2019.
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Very Nice Piece Mary
Perhaps you can see it at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum when it travels there in 2019.
Thanks Dad! I like it too.
THE MORE I LOOK, THE LOUDER IT SPEAKS.
THIS IS REALLY GOOD.
this my daughter is totally and completely “AWESOME” it is the best ever!!!!!!