“Splash Down Apollo 13, 1970” is what Columbus native Alma Woodsey Thomas titled the abstract painting of concentric circles of vividly colored rectangles emanating from a yellow center, with rings of blue, red, black, orange, aquamarine and other hues. Cathy Fussell chose the painting as the pattern for a quilt presented last month to First Lady Michelle Obama.
“Splash Down Apollo 13, 1970” is what Columbus native Alma Woodsey Thomas titled the abstract painting of concentric circles of vividly colored rectangles emanating from a yellow center, with rings of blue, red, black, orange, aquamarine and other hues. Cathy Fussell chose the painting as the pattern for a quilt presented last month to First Lady Michelle Obama. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
“Splash Down Apollo 13, 1970” is what Columbus native Alma Woodsey Thomas titled the abstract painting of concentric circles of vividly colored rectangles emanating from a yellow center, with rings of blue, red, black, orange, aquamarine and other hues. Cathy Fussell chose the painting as the pattern for a quilt presented last month to First Lady Michelle Obama. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer