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Sunshine Doodle

The sunshine doodle
of my childhood becomes art —
fiber, thread, stitching

©Hilary Clark ~ 9/19/16

See the quilt here.

Hilary Clark

Cacophony

I have a growing fascination with quirky, odd-shaped quilts.  My first was Hulk Smash, my second, Jeep on the Grill.  I had such fun making both of these, I want to make many more in non-traditional shapes. 318 more words

Hilary Clark

Cacophony

The largest population has the
smallest voice.
Cries for help
drowned out,
buried,
layered under
non-stop
pervasive
Media.

Everyone has an
opinion.  Here is
Media’s opinion: 38 more words

Hilary Clark

Lead with Love

In February, Yvonne Porcella, a pioneer in the art quilt world, passed away after a long battle against cancer.  Throughout that fight, she maintained a zest and energy and positive attitude that was inspiring to all who knew her.  192 more words

Hilary Clark

Lead with Love

Love bursts out like the
sun’s rays, radiating in all
shapes and sizes and
color combinations.

Bright lives are
lived with love leading.

If God is love and love is… 48 more words

Hilary Clark

Screen Door (formerly Summer Garden)

Back in the early days of office computers — sometime after Windows became the standard operating system — I would find myself opening the accessory program, Paint, if I found myself with a little down time. 510 more words

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Screen Door (formerly Summer Garden)

Summer always retrains my OCD.
Days and months and hours and seconds of
Grey, rain, snow.  Monochromatic.
Dull.  Ordered.  Routine.  Then, one day,
I get out of bed and the sun is… 61 more words

Hilary Clark