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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Up, Up and Away

  • Artist

    Carol Waugh

  • Location

    Eastside Human Services, 2nd Floor Reception

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  • Artwork Type

    Textile Art

  • Material

    fabric, thread

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About This Piece

This artwork consists of eight quilted panels. Multiple applications of soy wax resist and other techniques were used to create circular lines and patterns for the background and fabric dyes and paints were applied to color the background fabric. The palette was chosen based on the landscaping plants around the Denver Human Services building. 

The composition consists of various sizes of circles emphasized with couching and decorative machine stitching using a variety of threads. Hand stitching adds texture and emphasizes the lines and shapes, and machine stitching was used to further define the dimension.

Each panel was finished with a rattail binding affixed to a 12" x 48" black wooden panel creating the illusion that the piece is "floating" off of the wall.