Jeannette DeNicolis Meyer Quilts
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Quilt Series:   Self-Portrait | Thirteen Moons | Personal Geometry | Safe as Houses | Windows and Storylines | Through Your Hands
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Houses contain the paradoxical possibilities of security and confinement. A house can symbolize a safe place, a sanctuary viscerally expressed by the archetypal suburban house shape drawn by children. But the same walls that contain the home "maker" in safety can restrain her from making a life separate from the house and the family. Housework is endless. Sometimes soulwork needs to leave home to get done.
Safe as Houses: Loss  
Safe as Houses: Fire Escape Safe as Houses: Security System


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