Mango  by Deborah Kilauea Meditationby Gerrie The Eyes are the In memoriam by Helen
Volcanic by Kirsten Flow by Terry Underground by Diane
Lava Flow by Francoise Simply, Kilaueaby Kristin Energy Flow by Karen
Harakeke by Brenda Lava Flowers by Terri Molten Rebirth by Nikki

Simply, Kilauea

by Kristin

My Kilauea is a simple patchwork of squares that lets the fabric tell the story of the sparse black landscape of the lava field. Molten lava bubbles below the surface and sometimes oozes forth. The little green checked and velvet triangles edged in french knots represent the leaves of the uhule fern found in and near the steam vents at Kilauea's caldera (crater). A few squares of hawaiian "Aloha" print fabric hint at the volcano's location and echo the movement of the wind above and lava below. Read more in my blog post.

Simply, Kilaueaby Kristin
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