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Southwestern Art- Pueblo to Pueblo- Across the Colorado Plateau

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Quilted canyon walls filled with stenciled petroglyphs speak of lives past. A detailed thread-painted Gambel quail rests on hand-painted vessels inspired by the skill of Acoma and Hohokam pottery makers thousands of years ago.

The story behind this work of art hints at the historical significance of the extensive trade routes used by ancient artisans of Puebloan cultures across the Colorado plateau.
Hours of hand embroidery add textural dimension to the blooming prickly pear cactus and the encroaching grasses, embellish my most recent original design.
Recently appraised by registered professional quilt appraiser, Gail Van Horsen for $1750.
Perfect for a Southwestern, Santa Fe or Terrritorial style home or office.
Ready to hang with a 4" sleeve. 43"w x 36" high

* A beautiful , true-to-life photographic reproduction on high quality cotton fabric is available for purchase at less than half the cost of the original. Quilted and hand bound by me...This copy is the same size as the original art with the same depth of colors and the details of my original Southwestern still life. 3-dimensional silk flowers also embellish this gorgeous piece , just like the original. Just $750.

Handmade in a pet-free and fragrance-free studio

This original art is protected by copyright and cannot be reproduced in any form for financial gain without the permission of this artist.

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Quilted canyon walls filled with stenciled petroglyphs speak of lives past. A detailed thread-painted Gambel quail rests on hand-painted vessels inspired by the skill of Acoma and Hohokam pottery makers thousands of years ago.

The story behind this work of art hints at the historical significance of the extensive trade routes used by ancient artisans of Puebloan cultures across the Colorado plateau.
Hours of hand embroidery add textural dimension to the blooming prickly pear cactus and the encroaching grasses, embellish my most recent original design.
Recently appraised by registered professional quilt appraiser, Gail Van Horsen for $1750.
Perfect for a Southwestern, Santa Fe or Terrritorial style home or office.
Ready to hang with a 4" sleeve. 43"w x 36" high

* A beautiful , true-to-life photographic reproduction on high quality cotton fabric is available for purchase at less than half the cost of the original. Quilted and hand bound by me...This copy is the same size as the original art with the same depth of colors and the details of my original Southwestern still life. 3-dimensional silk flowers also embellish this gorgeous piece , just like the original. Just $750.

Handmade in a pet-free and fragrance-free studio

This original art is protected by copyright and cannot be reproduced in any form for financial gain without the permission of this artist.

Thanks for stopping by.

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Your original art quilt can be shipped to you in three to five working days after payment is received. I will wrap it in tissue and , place it in a plastic bag, and then a padded box for extra protection. I will be more that happy to insure it's arrival to you for an additional charge.

Southwestern Art- Pueblo to Pueblo- Across the Colorado Plateau

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton cloth, batiks, Jacquard paints, cotton batting, commercial threads, DMC floss, Rainbow Fibers
  • Feedback: 12 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people
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