Since I am mostly interested in art quilts, those are the ones I took pictures of ... here are some of my favorites. (Sometimes it was impossible to get a clear shot without one of the black metal statement stands getting in the way ... apologies for that.)
|Bedolina Threads by Maggie Vanderweit|
|Can We Talk About the Steak? by Barbara Yates Beasley|
|Dazzling Dahlia by Andrea Brokenshire|
|Direction by Lyric Kinard|
|Dotting Inside the Box by Sandi Snow|
(this quilt won First Place in Art-Abstract, Small)
|Drips by Sherri Lipman McCauley|
|Floppy by Enid Weichselbaum|
(this sweet little piece was one of the Silent Auction squares ... so simple and adorable, I meant to
go back and bid on it, but ran out of time ... and money!)
|Fly Away Butterflies by Charlotte Hickman|
These next three images are of the same quilt ... "Frame of Mind" by Flora Joy. You see a different person depending on where you stand in relation to the quilt. Flora describes her inspiration and a hint of her technique in the statement below the pictures. She won a second place ribbon in the Digital Imagery category.
|Galaxy by Lynn Koolish|
|Gone Fishing by Kim Ritter|
|Identity Crisis by Suzan Engler|
(this won an Honorable Mention in Digital Imagery)
|Mangolicious by Ellen Lindner|
|Panning for Gold by Lea McComas|
(won First Place in Art-People, Portraits,and Figures)
|Penelope's Poppies by Laura Wasilowski|
|Pouring Cats by Christina Belding|
|Red-and-White Exhibit, from the front of the hall.|
|from the other side ... spectacular!|
And now for something completely different ... just a couple of "people pictures" ...
|Liz Broussard, all dressed up for her String-It-Up class. Too cute!|
|Maggie Winfield, adorable as ever in her ca-ra-zy Halloween bat/skeleton outfit,|
found time to meet me for a hug-and-chat before I left for home on Friday.
More quilt pictures to be posted tomorrow ... enjoy!