" The point about good art is that it slows us down, makes us think, shows us a new way of looking at things. Moreover, it’s a way we won’t forget and will want more of."
It is interesting to read what someone who is a national teacher of quilting and known in the quilt world thinks or defines as "cliche " in that world. It's not something I knew. Like the child I find I'm constantly amazed at what people do with cloth and machine. And with the long arm artists these days, one wonders if there is anything that can't be done. And yet, I feel if a young or new quilter makes sunflowers or a log cabin quilt, she's or he's exploring what can or cannot be done afresh in this medium