A bed piled high with mattresses and by order of a doubting queen, a small pea lies beneath them all. If the girl felt the pea, she was indeed a princess and worthy of the prince.
Princess & Pea 1 (17” x 20”) – she hardly closed her eyes all night, heaven know what was in the bed
Category: Fairy Tale Series
A princess clad in lilac silk with silk ties on her arms. She is the Light Princess – as in she floats. In this tale the princess is cursed to not be affected by gravity. She floats and so does her personality. She has little care for others and doesn’t see the consequences of her actions.
That is until she is in water. In water the princess is truly the person she was meant to be and she falls in love. I enjoyed the story and the images of a stage production of this tale inspired the quilt.
The Light Princess (21” x 26”) – she had no gravity, except when in water
When I was thinking of creating Sleeping Beauty, I didn’t want the girl in the bed awaiting her prince charming, I wanted to capture the moment before the spell put her into a deep sleep – her happening upon a spinning wheel inside the castle.
Sleeping Beauty (12” x 15”) – she reached for the spindle