Yesterday I had a day off from work in the studio.

My Sister and I  visited the Art Gallery of South Australia.

As a member I get lots of wonderful information about lectures, talks and cultural walks and after attending one of the talks I came across this exhbition.

I think it’s beauty and simplicity talks for itself.

These ladies are indeed true Textile Artists.









13 Comments Add yours

  1. Carol esvh says:

    So interesting and beautiful. Did you film this documentary?

  2. Carol esvh says:

    So interesting and beautiful. Did you film this documentary?

  3. Nancy Pleimann says:

    That is wonderful. Nancy

  4. I certainly have this in common—she loves to see—so do I. Thanks you Pam. Great post.

  5. Wendy in Kennewick says:

    Wow…. it would be fascinating to watch a piece evolve. These are spectacular. Thanks, as always, for sharing.

  6. Arlene Adams says:

    Wow! This is amazing. What a wonderful story. Thank you Pam for sharing this with us. I enjoy reading about your adventures in quilting and stories about your family. Do you ever stop over in Hawaii. Would love to talk with you about teaching here in Honolulu.

    1. Pam Holland says:

      I could always stop over in Hawaii.

      1. Arlene Adams says:

        Pam, Thank you for your response. Do you have another website that I can check to see what types of classes you offer. I will take all the info to our Education Chair and hopefully we can plan on having you visit us. Arlene Adams

    2. Pam Holland says:

      I could always do that sometime.

  7. Pamela armas says:

    This exhibit of the ladies work is incredible! Does the museum have a catalog for this exhibit? If so I would love to have one and can arrange for payment to you. I would love to own a piece of this work. Is there a contact for this group of ladies and the art center where they work? Thanks so much for sharing. WOWIE!

    1. Pam Holland says:

      I have a note on the computer now to contact the Art Gallery.

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