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Color and Composition for the Creative Q: Improve Any Quilt by Katie Pasquini Masopust

By Katie Pasquini Masopust

Artwork classes each quilter will love.
KATIE PASQUINI MASOPUST is widely known for her dimensional quilts, and fractured landscapes. Her paintings has gained many awards. BRETT BARKER is a painter and studio artist who teaches artwork to little ones and adults.

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33 The theme of animal rows is rather old and could represent wild and domestic species. A similar row of four animals (a deer-like animal, a goat-like animal, a bull and a ram) figures in the same order on a cylinder seal from Khafadjeh (Protoliterate period c – Frankfort 1955, pl. 7–39) and in a different order on cylinder seals from Tell Asmar (Early Dynastic II – Frankfort 1955, pl. 43–462) and Fara (Early Dynastic, Martin 1988, p. 270, no. 455). 34 Castellino et al. 1966, Tav XLIV. 35 As far as we know, apart from the two horn core fragments from Tell Asmar (Hilzheimer 1941, 37, fig.

Fig. 11. Uruk-Warka, Uruk period. Sketch of a caprine’s figurine: Maybe a ram with spiral horns (after Heinrich 1936, Tafel 12g, identified as a goat by the author). Fig. 12. Abydos, Predynastic Period (c. 3100 BC). Sketch of the rams frieze on the third register of the Libyen Palette (Kairo Museum, Duerst and Gaillard 1902, fig. 1). The rams have horizontal spiral horns, long tails and manes. clay sealings impressed with stamp seals, figurines and stone vessels. They most often display rams with long spiral (or corkscrew) horns spread horizontally.

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