"Still a Painting" combines simple printmaking techniques with painting, and uses the canvas as cloth, a ground without a frame. References to textile traditions in pattern and representation of sewing, along with stitched together sections, are emphasized to make a whole. In earlier works, pattern had been reinforced by sections, their relationship. Now, with no true separate sections, pattern is intentionally made, with a nod to traditions where structure limits or controls pattern. The transparent possibilities with acrylic paint mean one can layer easily, as one does in a watercolor. It is painted cloth, and hung without frame, and yet, it's still a painting, not a textile.