These distribution boxes are scattered throughout the Capitol Hill area, and are a very distinctive color. The sample magazine was nicely askew, and the cover had a marvelous painting, done by Kathleen Walsh, of a fancy lady with square shoulders and great colors.
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The other Hill Quilt panels are pretty straight forward in form, with no obvious distortions, so I did a straightforward version of this one too.
However, the image was intriguing on many levels, with strong colors and geometric shapes, so I did an iColorama distortion filter exploration, making another "quilt".
I especially like the iColorama interface, with it's many ways of controling the effects. As you can see I had a lot of fun with this one.
Nancy Freeman is a native of California who lives now in Washington, DC. A lifelong artist, she paints portraits and other commissions for a living, which keeps her traditional skills tuned and supports her decades-old obsession with computer art, and pastel painting.
She is currently using her 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th computers, but remembers when Dick Tracy had to make do with a two-way wrist radio.