Quilts=Art=Quilts ’17, Part 2

Quilts=Art=Quilts ’17, Part 2

In my second installment on the opening weekend of Quilts=Art=Quilts I will share some pieces in the show. I apologize in advance for the quality of the images, some are a little blurry. In fact, while I tried to get pictures of most the quilts, some turned out so blurry they’re unusable.

I’ll start with a few pieces inspired by water…

Below the Surface by Marianne Williamson is a beautiful example of her fascination with light and water.


Clapotis, another lovely watery piece, by Elisabeth Nacenta de la Croix.


Refresh III by Erika Carter captures the feel of water with hand painted silk. Detail below.



Out Beyond by Wen Redmond, her work is inspired by nature as she is drawn to water and trees. 


And, more trees…Winter Woods by Kathy Ford.


Black Crows Blues by Helena Scheffer.

A little more water… Water, Earth 5 by Pat Pauly.


Mirage by Diane Melms.


Mourning After by Karen Hinkle is a photograph she took the morning after a fire burned down thirteen businesses in Garrettsville, OH. Another angle is below.



The Triangle Fire: Flightless Birds 1 and 2 by Helen Geglio based on the 1911 fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York.


This Land Was Our Land by Patty Zafred- Kennedy.


Looking for the Pattern That Connects by Paula Kovarik. Check out the detail of the front and from the back.



The Language of Color 9: The Color of Dissonance by The Pixeladies, Deb Cashatt and Kris Sazaki.


Strange Attractor 18 by Niraja Lorenz.


Terra Mundi by Ellen Wong. Apologies to Ellen for this blurry photo, the camera in my phone isn’t very good.


As you can see, it’s a very strong show and I haven’t even gotten to the award winners yet. I’m saving that for next time…


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  1. What a treat! Thank you, thank you.

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