At the Southwest School of Art, yesterday, we saw some acrylic paintings that looked like quilts.
They were like nine patch quilts, except it looked like some of the square patches were in the background.
It was as if there was an overlay of square patches that were solid colors over a background of patches that made a picture.
Maybe overlay gives the wrong impression, because you could see the different squares.
It’s just that the solid colored squares looked like they were in front of the picture squares in the background.

I don’t know if I explained this clearly enough, but I was wondering if anyone knew if this technique is possible in quilting.

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