Category Archives: Pattern

Pattern – Hannah Talarico

This patter contains multiple patterns in colors, within one pattern, to make a much larger pattern. There are colors that fall under same color hues of pinks, and oranges. They all also fall under the same value, due to being … Continue reading

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Pattern: Matt Behnen

This picture is interesting because the colors and design make it seem like there are arrows going up, but depending on how you look at it, you can see arrows going down as well. The colors in this pattern image … Continue reading

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Pattern: Peyton Taffe

This quilt by Mary Lee Bendolph features geometric patterns. The shapes in the pattern are repeating triangles and rectangles. Bendolph uses mainly black and white elements to create shape out of negative space but has elements of brighter colors sparingly throughout the … Continue reading

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Pattern: Victoria Henry-LeMaster

The pattern in “Postage Stamp” Medallion by Annie Mae Young is a seemingly random spiral like the rotation of square pieces of fabric. There are many different colors, and patterns within this piece, it seems as though it may by … Continue reading

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Pattern: Juan Nolazco

This quilt is showcases many geometric shapes and patterns. When I initially looked at it I had not even noticed that the shapes form the letter “H” because I was so enthralled in the shapes. The quilt uses a limited … Continue reading

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Pattern; Hannah Talarico

The patterns used in this quilt consist of various textiles, shapes and colors to create a much larger shape. We can see that the back ground consists of the same red textile fabric to create a stripe. The patter is … Continue reading

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Pattern-Emily Deichmann

The quilt I decided to analyze was the “Housetop” variation in the Sear’s Corduroy collection. I would describe this pattern as a form of a grid. There is a type of organized grip about the pattern, but at the same … Continue reading

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Pattern: Grey Kumar

“Pig In A pen” Medallion, by Minnie Sue Coleman I chose the quilt titled “Pig In A Pen” for its abstract yet organized pattern. The first thing I noticed about this quilt was the wide variety of colors that were … Continue reading

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Pattern: Miranda Frasier

The quilt that I chose to analyze was one made by Nettie Young in 1971. It is currently at the Philadelphia Museum of Art the pattern being used is called Milky Way. I would describe the pattern as super abstract. … Continue reading

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Pattern: Eilish Rising

I see pattern as a representation of repetition and duplication.  It can be seen to the eye as recognizable, and it is seen in many aspects of everyday life, from geography to clothing. The Washington State University tartan is a … Continue reading

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