© 1999 Patricia Gould

28 x 40 inches


The area known as Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park has a very other-worldly quality, as if you’re on another planet. The contrast of the lush rolling hills in the middle ground with the harsh sulphur pools in the foreground and the jagged, rocky peaks in the distance makes you ponder what incredible forces of nature it took to create this magical landscape. The steam rising out of the springs softens the harsh look in some areas and offers proof that the land is still going through a metamorphosis.


 Taiwan International Quilt Exhibition, featured artist, Tainan City and Taichung, Taiwan, 2012

Illuminations, Boston General Hospital Cancer Center, Boston MA, 2002

Lines Into Shapes, The Art Center at Estes Park, Estes Park CO, 2001, Founder’s Award

Albuquerque Fiber Arts Fiesta, Albuquerque NM, 2001

Pacific International Quilt Festival, Santa Clara CA, 2000


Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine, March 2006