It’s not surprising that faces, just like in other forms of art, pop up in shows in the pictorial art or abstract categories year after year. Faces are what we see in people most when we talk to them or remember them in a heartwarming thought. We can see how people are feeling when we look at the expression on their face, even if they are not saying a word. Faces tell us more about a person than any other part of their body. People tend to make first impressions based on someone’s face. In quilting and fibre art, the portrayal of a face relays a powerful message.
Read more in our Issue 54.