Mary Ragnarsson

Mary Ragnarsson

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Norway / I'm a good girl from Norway who loves quilting. http://maryquilt.blogspot.no/
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Lorrie Faith Cranor specializes in the application of mathematical and computing skills to quilt design. Dr. Cranor is Professor of Compute...

Lorrie Faith Cranor specializes in the application of mathematical and computing skills to quilt design. Cranor is Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University and an innovator in t

2-minute video tutorial: 3D hexagon quilt block

Do you have any jelly rolls you don’t know what to do with? If you don’t have jelly rolls, you still can make these 2 blocks quickly and easily by using 2 strips.

How to draw 3D steps in a hole on line paper. Easy fun trick art drawing exercise for both kids and adults. Get My First Optical Illusion Book! (step by step...

How to draw steps in a hole on line paper. Easy fun trick art drawing exercise for both kids and adults. Get My First Optical Illusion Book! (step by step.

In this piece, the artist Victor Vasarely, utilizes the elements of color, shape, and line to further develop form. He alters the color value of each square and curves the lines to stretch the visual plane outward into spheres. This adds the appearance of a third dimension to the two dimensional workspace.

In this piece, the artist Victor Vasarely, utilizes the elements of color…

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"A rainy day" - Terry Aske Art Quilt Studio. Very effective use of minimal elements -- Muted tones for the atmosphere, bright colors for wet umbrellas, more pale charcoal for distance, and quilting stitch for rain.