Over the weekend I attended the Woodland Quilters 2013 Quilt Show at Camp Lutherlyn.
My mom is a quilter. Me, not so much, but I do enjoy admiring the hard work and creative choices of quilters. There were 238 quilts in the show and they ran the gamut from traditional patterns to modern master pieces. I am a sucker for the more traditional quilts like the Dresden Plate pictured above.
The quilts inspired me with their color choices and geometric shapes. Today I used some of these ideas in a painting that had stalled. ( The painting has been sitting in a corner for a year) More on the painting another day.
I hope you enjoy these photos of the quilt show, they are inspirational works of art.
This pink snowman was made by Lee Ann Wick, she is a professional longarm machine quilter. My mom has Lee Ann do all the quilting on her quilts. (Lee Ann is a character, can you tell?)
Tomorrow I'm back at Wildflower Pottery. We should be glazing our work. I'll take my camera and memory card! Last weekend I took my camera to the Sleepy Hollow Fall Festival in Harmony.
When I got home, I notices the camera memory card in my laptop! (*@#**) My mom usually follows up with "What mind?" after such incidents. My camera is sitting beside the door ready to go. Crossing my fingers I remember to pick it up on the way out...
I hope you all have an art filled wonderful day!