4783 - Sundowning

4783 - Sundowning
Jean Cheszek
Palatine, IL    USA

Width: 11"   Length: 9"

Materials/Techniques: Hand-dyed fabric, shrunk using Texture Magic.

Artist's Statement: The term "sundowning" refers to a state of confusion and agitation at the end of the day that people with Alzheimer's sometimes experience. Sufferers may become demanding or suspicious, and see or hear things that don't exist and believe things that aren't true.
Jean Cheszek

Dedication: For my parents, Marion and Charles Schroeder, for whom every stage of life was interesting, even Alzheimer’s.

This quilt is displayed with a hanging ring.

This quilt earned $45 for the AAQI.