Step In Time 1: Adult Therapod, Celophysis and Crinoids

12” W x 11.5” H


A bas-relief dinosaur footprint made with ten layers of fabric, batting, and several layers of quilting. One batik resembles crinoid fossils. The footprint is that of the therapod, Coelophysis which once roamed the state of New York.

photography by Andrew Gillis of Cascadilla Photography

© Ruth A. White

Donated to the SAQA 2013 One Foot Square Benefit Auction. In a private collection.

Prehistoric Muses: Artwork Inspired by the Collections of the Museum of the Earth, Museum of the Earth, Ithaca, NY, September-October 2012.