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  • Angela Gerhard Jewelry

    Such unbelievable beauty and talent! Fields of Salt map art quilt by LInda Gass. Although the landscape in this artwork may look like farm fields, it is actually salt ponds used for industrial salt production. These ponds used to be essential wetlands of San Francisco Bay. Materials and Techniques: Silk crepe de chine hand painted using acid dyes and gutta-serti. Silk broadcloth backing and polyester batting; machine quilted with rayon embroidery thread. #artquilt #textileart

  • Alison J Gilbert

    "Fields of Salt" art quilt. Linda Gass

  • Figbot

    "Fields of Salt" quilt art by Linda Gass

  • Diane Kammlah

    Fields of Salt, 29.5" by 29.5", by Linda Gass. Map quilt; an aerial view of salt ponds in San Francisco Bay. Silk crepe de chine hand painted using remezol dyes and water based resist. Silk broadcloth backing and polyester batting; machine quilted with rayon and polyester embroidery thread.

  • liberal sprinkles

    Fields of Salt by Linda Gass, aerial landscape quilt

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