This Global Warming quilt is probably four feet long and exhibits the most surface work of all of them.
Visual vocabulary: Orange concentric circles for heat; bamboo to suggest nonnative invasive species taking advantage of climate change; lots of spirals for tornadoes; ferns and palms to hint at enlarged tropics; smokestack shapes “found” in cut up clothing to represent the source of carbon gasses; stripes for both rain and radiating heat.
I have a total of eight finished quilts in the series. There are at least two more unfinished pieced tops — one is flapping on the line outside right now (what a cold windy day it’s been here!) and the other is in the studio, I think.
These last shots are of the back of the four footer.
PS I unexpectedly sold two small quilts off of my FB business page yesterday. How nice is that?