This custom ceramic art tile piece is part of my America’s Barn Quilt series paying tribute to our country’s rural heritage. This one features the Friendship Star design and is made up of four 6” by 6” tiles for an overall size of 12" by 12". Glazed with a green, yellow and blue color pallet it was fired in a traditional low-fire kiln and then washed in a black ink stain. All four tiles are secured together and can be display as a square or as a diamond.
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Each of my barn quilt art tiles is based on a traditional quilt block pattern and is personally glazed by hand. Each one is one-of-kind, while some may feature the same traditional quilt block design, the color pallet and pattern is always unique for that particular design making no two pieces ever the same. With each one personally signed these are truly unique, one-of-a-kind works of art.
Some are single tiles and others are multiple tiles forming a single quilt block. They range in size from 6” x 6” to 12” by 12” and can be displayed framed or unframed. they are kiln-fired ceramic tiles, they can be displayed outdoors and will not weather and their colors will remain bright and beautiful year after year. They are small in size and designed to be displayed indoors or outdoors, on a porch, along side a doorway, in a kitchen or any room of the house. They look great displayed independently or as part of a collection.
Barn Quilts and Quilt Trails - are a relatively new American tradition. If you are not already familiar with these wonderfully artistic additions to our rural countryside, you may have heard of them on television or social media, or perhaps you saw one along a country road and wondered what it was all about. Or perhaps this is entirely new to you. In any event, if you’d like to find out more about barn quilts you’re encouraged to click here to learn more.
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