Sew Upcycleby Janneke Vanderree
Sewing is fun, colorful, artistic and relaxing. Always putting my black and white stripe in my quilts, it made its way onto the spire. Even sewing machines “die” but have a great second life as an art object. With a little wink to Piet Mondrian, the Dutch painter, I tried to include some art influence from the Netherlands.
Materials: Acrylic paint with sewing related found and saved objects.
Dimensions: 5″ x 5″ x 41″
Map/Spire Number: 20
Location: Near the Pennington Post Office
Address: Bromel Place & Knowles Street
About the Artist
Janneke Vanderree was born in the Netherlands and took her Dutch Craft sense abroad. Now living for 25 years in the USA she is a fabric artist, sewing and quilting teacher and creative director at PALS on MAIN. She loves bright colorful art, and is forever learning new techniques and art forms.
Visit her website www.jannekequilts.com .
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“A fun and creative use of colorful retro-materials from the world of sewing.”