0, 2012 | Leave a comment 1 Vote This post is long overdue! I hope you enjoy seeing the beautiful quilts that were present at the show. I’ll admit it was smaller than I was expecting, but still a lot of fun and the art was very inspiring. Very traditional styles prevailed here. […]
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This post is long overdue! I hope you enjoy seeing the beautiful quilts that were present at the show. I’ll admit it was smaller than I was expecting, but still a lot of fun and the art was very inspiring. Very traditional styles prevailed…
Just a quick post. This has been some kind of week, ups and downs. Fresh from MQX, sold 6 art quilts to a gallery, said goodbye … I think this photo of my feet says it all.
As promised, I’ll share a few more quilts from the big MQX show. Did I mention last post, that there seemed to be more quilts with glimmer and shimmer? I had to find out which methods were used.
As many people around the Portland area are aware, the MQX West show opened this week. It was everything I had hoped for and then some. I am sharing my impressions and photos of some of my favorite quilts. Two installments to cover it all.
Marion Barnett, is a Scottish born fiber artist, who now resides in the UK., interview to post nrxt week, keep on the lok out for it.
A poem from granbee. She started writing as a senior, with the perception gained frome experience and observation of a lifetime..
MOHAWK CUT PRANCING PAST THE MOUSSED AND SPRAYED
Have you ever wanted to learn the intimadating art of dying fabric? I know that if you’re a quilt artist , you probley would, that’s if you arn’t already proficent at it
Thanks again to Diannajessie for a mention on her blog.I appreciate it much.