06 September 2009

Early Morning Club Review

A year ago, I embarked on a four-month exploration (from July to November 2008) of early morning creativity. Each day I would awaken, drink a glass of water, and head to my studio where I would create and finish a 6" x 9" vertical quilt. Over the course of the sixteen weeks, I amassed 112 different compositions, but the personal lessons I learned about art, creativity, design, persistence, and improvisation were more valuable. My work in the Early Morning Club helped me define myself as an artist and begin to discover my vision and point-of-view.

Here are links to an overview and all sixteen weeks worth of pieces.

Overview
Week One
Week Two
Week Three
Week Four
Week Five
Week Six
Week Seven
Week Eight
Week Nine
Week Ten
Week Eleven
Week Twelve
Week Thirteen
Week Fourteen
Week Fifteen
Week Sixteen

2 comments:

quiltrgrandma said...

Your 112 early morning works are wonderful. As much as I like your pieces, I enjoyed your writing about the process. Thank you for sharing.
Sue smith

Kimberly said...

Thanks Sue! I was a writer before I became a quilter, so I love being able to bring that aspect of my life into my work.

Cheers,
Kimberly