Interview with Cowl Artist Roxanne Nelson
Roxanne Nelson’s work is lush and delightful and remarkably detailed. From a distance, her realism is exact and nearly photographic. As you go in for a more in-depth look, skilled quilters will respect that every one that element is material—some items extremely small or slim—not thread portray! Each bubble of water, whisker, and little bit of fur within the tiger is material! No surprise Roxanne says it takes her one or two years to finish one quilt.
A element of her stunning Sumatran tiger quilt, “Come On In, The Water’s Positive,” graces the quilt of Quilting Arts Journal Spring 2023 and is part of the problem’s gallery of Worldwide Quilt Competition Houston Winners.
I wished to know a lot extra about Roxanne, her course of, and her artwork. She graciously accepted my invitation to speak on Zoom about her influences, her work, and her creative course.
To study extra about Roxanne and her course of, watch our complete interview:
Roxanne teaches panorama quilting in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, at alongcamequilting.com and says they’ve been instrumental in her development as a quilter.
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