Mary Beth Bellah

My work is multi-faceted in its presentation and serves as a polemic device for challenging conventional understandings of tradition and innovation. The inexorably structural pieces ironically rebel against the rigid notion of what a quilt is and seek to broaden preconceptions which root us in one spot. I am fascinated by the process of assembling small, individually insignificant units together to create a collective, overpowering whole. The individual’s relationship to and place in time frequently finds voice in my work.

Defined by Loves

Second Wave

Rising Water

Rising Water (detail)

Happy in My Black and White World?


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