Exhibition Excellence – Part 2

More photos for you to enjoy.

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“Visible Light” by Julie McAllister. Californian graphic designer, Carl de Torres asked me to convert one of his designs into a wall hanging for his new house. It represents all the light in the sun. Copyright- Carl de Torres.

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“Swell” by Pat Forster

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“Pods” by Pat Forster.

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Fran (Frances Schifferli) & Liz ( Elizabeth Humphries) with Liz’s quilt, “Amber & Jet”.

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Liz with her quilt, “Southern Stars”. Liz tells me she really enjoyed seeing so many people and loved doing white glove duty.

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First time entrant, Helen Dalgleish did an amazing job of showcasing her two grandchildren, “Natasha & Annabelle” aged two years in this portrait quilt. I loved this one.

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“Chorus Line”, such a joy to view this. Quilt by Julie McAllister. A fun design that helped her use up her never ending scrap pile.

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This rainbow quilt made me feel happy. Quilt by Pam Mees.

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“Red Japanese” by Cathie Gamble and quilted by Carol Brady. Cathie had fun with Japanese prints during Covid lockdown. She enlarged a block from Tula Pink’s book, City Sampler.

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“Extra hot, Extra shot” by Susan Rule. Her quilt reflects how she likes her coffee. She says thank you to Little Owl, Myaree for the raw materials!!

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“On the way to Sante Fe” by Jan Rowe. This quilt was inspired by the architecture of adobe buildings in Sante Fe, New Mexico.

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“Empty Streets” by Phil Thomas. Inspired in the early weeks of the pandemic by the image of a tourist street in Spain, usually full of tourists, but eerily emptied by Covid.

Part 3 to follow on Monday.

Hope you are enjoying all of these wonderful quilts.

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