Jean M. Judd, Sound Waves #2: White Noise, 2010, Thread on hand dyed textile, 20"h x 43"w

This is the second art quilt using my banded, hand dyed fabric. The same colors were used in this piece as in Sound Waves #1; such a different look to the piece. The yellow stands out much more in this quilt.  The “wave” aspect of the textile piece is highlighted again with the hand quilting stitch. When viewed horizontally, the piece looks like sound waves from an oscilloscope. It reminded me of the term white noise with more of the background visible in this artwork. Each collector has their own vision and that is why I purposely am developing work now that can be hung in more than one orientation. This makes the artwork more versatile and can easily fit into different sized areas without a major revision.

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