There are several sites that show images of quilts made by some of the women of Gee's Bend.
Many of them are bold and beautiful. Very dynamic.
Many of them are extremely wonky.
Some of them are being shown in museums and selling for high prices.
These can help provide a different perspective/viewpoint/thinking about "the proper way" to make a quilt. These makers did not appear to give half a hoot about perfect points or HSTs or straight lines or following a pattern.