Welcome and Enjoy!
This year our world has been challenged on so many fronts.
We hope that you are safe and happy.
We are anxious to share our new work with you.
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Aileyn Renli Ecob and Jean Renli Jurgenson
Stack of Chairs was inspired by . . . . a stack of chairs Jean photographed at the deYoung Museum in San Francisco. This piece is part of Quilt National `21 premiering in Athens Ohio in May 2021.
Aileyn’s piece titled Sheltered is an ancient, burned out tree on the Olympic Peninsula sheltering new growth.
Nature’s Weaving is Aileyn’s experiment using non-traditional fiber. The criss-cress layers of the palm tree husk say “weaving” to Aileyn
The Little House honors the little house Aileyn and Jean grew up in in South Dakota. Days before it was torn down, Jean photographed the little porch roof, created the small piece in three values and put it on a “back quilt” representing the siding of the little house.
Aileyn’s Rainbow Eucalyptus highlights the extraordinary coloration of this Hawaiian tree. Aileyn painted yardage to achieve the unusual color palette.