Late Season Harvest

Posted by on February 23, 2013 in Featured Flag, Fibre Art & Quilts Portfolio, Portfolio | 0 comments

Late Season Harvest  Fibre Art

Late Season Harvest Quilt/ Fibre art 17.5×25.5″ © 2011 Diane Duncan


Late Season Harvest


Quilt / Fibre Art


Late Season Harvest was created specifically for the Fibre Art Network show ‘Canadian Content’ , starting it’s travels at the Remarkable Symposium in Queenstown, New Zealand and returning home after the International Quilt Festival in Houston Texas 2012.  I really appreciate the opportunities for exhibitions provided by this group.

During the four years of our RV travels throughout North America, my husband was able to work as a combine operator on the summer-fall harvest, one year starting in Oklahoma and then proceeding to follow the harvest through Kansas, Colorado, Montana and back into Alberta.  Each fall since that first harvest excursion, he has returned to participate in the southern Alberta canola and wheat harvest.  Riding shotgun in the combine with my husband as allowed me to get some fantastic photographs, some of which inspired this piece of fibre art, Late Season Harvest.

Circa 2011.


Entry in ‘Canadian Content’ – a Fibre Art Network group show.

  • the Remarkable Symposium, Queenstown, New Zealand, April, 2011
  • Gibson’s Landing, Vancouver Island, July 2011
  • Okanagan Lake Country’s Art Walk, September 10 -11, 2011
  • Naramata, September 3 – October 4, 2011
  • Chapel Gallery, North Battleford, SK, November, 2011
  • Viscount Cultural Council, Manawaka Gallery, Neepawa, MB, February 13 – March 2, 2012
  • Manitoba Prairie Quilters Biannual Exhibition, Winnipeg, MB, April 13 – 15, 2012
  • International Quilt Market (special exhibit), Houston, Texas, October 27-29, 2012
  • International Quilt Festival, George R. Brown Convention Center, November 1-4, 2012

Entry in Grand National Quilt Show, (juried) Joseph Schneider Haus Historic Site, 466 Queen Street South, Kitchener, ON, N2G 1W7, May-June, 2013


In the artist’s collection.

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