Diana Goulston Robinson graduated from Sydney’s National Art School and worked in textile print design studios in London & Paris. Her recent quilts are inspired by the interplay of sunlight on city structures, particularly the reflections in walls and windows of glass. She sees in each pane a tiny fluid landscape. In the quilt-like symmetry of New York City skyscrapers, refraction and roller wave distortion create extraordinary visual effects within the window panes, breaking up the images into modules all wavy and askew. Diana uses a combination of foundation piecing and appliqued tube techniques with intricate hand quilting. Diana is a teaching artist, quilt making with children and families in NYC schools and museums.