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Art & Science Challenge

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Choose any branch of science as your inspiration. (For example, botany may suggest flowers or trees; astronomy- the moon or sun or stars; architecture- the structure of a building, etc. Someone wanted to do mathematics and that certainly is a science. And, of course you may choose to use the imagery of pollen grains, or DNA microscopically, etc. Just remember that it is the scientific aspect of the flowers, etc. that constitute the theme.)

Include an artist's statement of 50 words or less, describing the area of science used for the creation of your quilt. The size is 18" x18". Please do not have anything extending beyond the edges as it will cause problem in shipping. Any technique is allowed. Add a 4 inch sleeve for hanging.

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