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Quilter Sidnee Snell

Sidnee Snell spent years as an engineer before engineering a process for creating dramatic fine art quilts. her quilts are both representational and impressionistic. Each quilt starts with a “paint by numbers” outline based on the shapes in a photograph, then she’ll brainstorm with her palate of colorful fabric to fill in the blanks. These quilts are made to hang on the wall, not rest on a bed.

Producer - Katrina Sarson
Videographer - Tom Shrider
Editor - Greg Bond
Audio - Randy Layton, Ted Cutler
Intern Associate Producer - Krysta Maksim

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Quilter Sidnee Snell and Plating Food with Plate and Pitchfork (1605)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #1605
Most Recent Broadcast: November 20, 2014