Sonia M. Callahan
Piedmont, CA USAWidth:
Cottons, watercolors, chalk, photo transfer, machine pieced, machine quilted, permanent markers.Artist's Statement:
The Alzheimer's patient often develops paranoia because they have trouble accurately deciphering the world around them. Since it is difficult for the patient to follow conversations and to recall, the individual becomes suspicious of what they don't understand. Misplaced objects become stolen and small actions can become threatening. This quilt depicts the patient reflecting doubt, and depression and wondering if the outdoor environment she enjoys will also become a threat.
Sonia M. Callahan Dedication:
To Mom...who proved she was not paranoid when she reported her wedding ring stolen. A person with a ring cutter dressed as a caregiver removed it.
This quilt is displayed with Fast Finish Triangles
This quilt earned $45 for the AAQI.