Flowers Hoping to Be Free For Sale at Art Station Gallery

Flowers Hoping to Be Free is on display at the Art Station Gallery in Stone Mountatin Georgia. It is a traditional four block applique quilt that measures 75 x75 inches. The hand appliqued blocks are outlined by red piping and framed by a poinsetta border. The flower centers are embellished with buttons. The back of the quilt is a poinsetta print. It has a hanging sleeve on the back for easy display.
The name comes from the fact that it took the quilter five years to finish the quilt. It was started early in the quilters career and put aside as too difficult. Meanwhile the quilter made Flowers Growing Free which can be viewed at http://www.clarafordfoundation.org/ and then returned to finish Flowers Hoping to Be Free.
This quilt was created by O.V. Brantley and machine quilted by Sylvia Davis. It is signed and sells for $3000.00. Contact the Art Station Gallery at info@artstation.org for more information on this quilt.
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