Bad Moon Rising by Terry Aske

Bad Moon Rising

Terry Aske

New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada

Artist Statement

The still, dark forest waits under the brooding purple sky. Slowly, silently, the swollen orange moon rises, casting a ghostly glow on the tips of the trees. The magic of the full moon transforms the night.


I took a photo of the full moon, then used the computer to create a posterized image. Constructed using fused raw-edge applique. Machine quilted.


Commercial cotton fabrics, fusible web, cotton batting

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