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Artwork in the Shattered Circles gallery:

Ageless Wisdom

Arise! Shine!

Behind A Wall of Her Own Making

Blue Implosion

Blue Skies

Bubbling Over

Disappearing into the Mist

Emerging I:
Break Forth

Emerging II:
A Pale Reflection

Emerging IV:
All in a Whirl

Emerging VI:
Pulsating Power

Emerging VII:
Sunshiny Day

Emerging VIII:
The Energy of Passion

Emerging IX:
Rise Above It All

Expanding Our Horizons

Expanding Possibilities

The Eye of the Storm

Flood Plane

• Gaia

Harvest Moon

Heart Flight

The Heart’s Wisdom

Helen’s Heart

In the Firelight’s Glow

In the Light of a Blue Moon

La Deluge

Light of the World

Lux Nova

The Moon Wept, and Then She Laughed

The Morning After

Nesting I:
Settling In

Nesting IV:
A Quiet Time

New Life in the Marsh

A New Spring Morning

Of Two Minds

Oozing Charm

Reflected Glory

Reinvigorated

Rip Tide

Safe Harbor

60s Flashback

Solar Bloom

The Soul’s Winter

Sunburst I

Taming the Green-Eyed Monster

Troubled Water

Unfurling

Verdant Summer

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Gaia

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Gaia by Larkin Jean Van Horn
From the Shattered Circles Gallery
Size in inches: 18 x 45

$1500

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My own entry in "It’s Good to be Green", the invitational show I curated for the Latimer Quilt and Textile Center.

Exhibition history:
It’s Good to be Green, March - May 2008, Latimer Quilt and Textile Center, Tillamook, Oregon
It’s Good to be Green, the Quilts - June 2008, Trinity Lutheran Church, Freeland, Washington
Sacred Threads - June 2009, Reynoldsburg, Ohio
Sacred Threads - October 2009, International Quilt Festival, Houston, Texas
  2012 Quilt Expo en Beaujolais - France
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts - 2013

Techniques used:
fused appliqué, machine stitching, hand beading

Materials:
hand-dyed and commercial cotton; glass seed and bugle beads; sequins

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