Posted on March 11 2021
In fact, she considers the act of ‘’piecing together’’ her collaged paintings that include found paper sourced from magazines, newspapers and books as well hand-painted paper, much like the process of quilting together a story.
In addition to her collage work, K’era collaborates with one of the few remaining American mills to transform her multi-media pieces into colorful woven throw blankets made of 100% hand-dyed cotton for home interiors. Cosy, casual and comfortable, the woven throws are an extension of K'era's affinity for quilts and functional art made for everyday use and enjoyment.
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