Another quilt in my series which starts with ice-dyed Radiance fabric and then explores the marks created. A close friend’s son is a wildlife photographer in Australia and I was inspired by the photos which he took of these species of frog which spend a major part of their lifespan in trees. They do not normally descend to the ground, except to mate and spawn. As adults they rarely leave the trees and can change their colour for better camouflage. The intriguing part for me is their fingers and toe tips which give them superior grasping ability.
The process is similar to that taken with the earlier ones in this series (My Fine Feathered Friend and Nurturing the Newborn).