Asabone Art Quilts ready to Ship! As Seen On The Quilt Show and Published in American Quilter Magazine!

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In Ghana the beat of drums symbolize the heartbeat of a community. Such is the power of drumming and dancing, to touch the souls of those who hear its rhythm. ‘Asabone’ in Ghana means wild dancing. In an African community, beating the drum gives one another a welcoming sense of belonging.
It is a time to connect with each other, and be part of that collective rhythm of life in which young and old, rich and poor, men and women, all join in with a common goal, which is to dance.

Upcoming issue of American Quilter magazine, September 2015.
Published Pattern. SPIRIT OF DANCE.

Artist Statement
This art work is raw edge, machine appliqued and machine quilted with Kente prints as fabric of choice.
Quilt has a black binding and hanging sleeve attached at the back.
Dimensions~42"Wide/20" Long.

Be my first order, and receive these African silhouette quilts from my hands to yours!
They are Eye Candy!
~~~~~~~Wendy Mamattah.

This art piece is protected by Copyright and may not be reproduced for any commercial use without prior written consent of Wendy Mamattah.

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