The show started yesterday March 11th and goes through next Sunday, March 19th.
I was lucky enough to be asked to show about a dozen of my quilts and quite a few paintings too!!
It's the first time I've had the opportunity to show the two together and I really appreciate it.
Here is a nice little row of paintings....
They look so sweet all rowed up...and - by golly! - they're on a grand piano!! now how appropriate is that!! two of my newest pleasures!!! And I must admit to a total love affair with my piano...I doubt they'll let me try this one out, though I can see they have reserved a seat for me with a white ribbon!!!
I love giving a curator total control and just weeing what they come up with.
Look at the little grouping below.....I love what Holly Anderson did here with the sequence going from all black and white to nearly all red. And don't they look wonderful together?
I'm sure you all feel the same way...that it's so sad that the art you slaved over for weeks and months spends most of its time rolled up , covered up, disregarded.....and so lovely when it gets its 8 days of fame! I'm really thrilled to see them hanging so beautifully!
I'm going to be at the show next Sunday March 19th - I'd love for you to come and say hi if you're anywhere in the area..Roswell, Atlanta.....
I'm looking forward to seeing the main quilt show too - it's in all the other rooms in the house...and there's a wonderful raffle quilt: I've never won one, but my fingers are crossed that mine will be the winning ticket on this beauty:
|I'||hope to see you at the quilt show!!!||If you have been, thanks for reading!!! And all comments will be read and replied to!! So please, have at it!!! Elizabeth|