Haiku II is a visual interpretation of its namesake Japanese literary artform . Translucent silk fabrics were dyed using the Japanese shibori technique itajime, then layered with synthetic fabrics and machine stitched. Photography by Jack Kulawik.
But I could hardly name an art quilt Haiku and not write a poem for it, now could I? So here goes:
Take two images.
Separate and relate them.
It’s not so simple.
Winner of an Honorable Mention at the Studio Art Quilt Associates – Arizona Chapter 2017 exhibition, Exposures.