The show is over, but the memories last and the winners bask in the glory. I have limited time and access to fast internet, but I will post as many images as I can in the next few days.l
I’ve chosen a few of the quilts I liked the best… but its interesting to see the techniques.
This exhibition was called the Power of Women. Actually its a competition so there were no names on the quilts…
I enjoyed the variety of techniques used.
When the names are published I’ll add them.
This category is the hardest to photograph, but please take a look at the detail in these quilts. The quilting is amazing.
The show opened officially last night and I wasn’t able to get images of the excitement and rush to get into the event because I was out at dinner and then I had the privilege to attend the Opera at the convention centre.
It’s a tradition, people line up, with lines winding down the street for a considerable distance waiting for the doors to open. So today the convention centre will be a bus of excitement and I hope to have some time at lunch to visit the winning quilts.
Sharing the art of Sue Spargo.
I will take photos in sections and share them. These images are not for publication beyond this blog and I ask that you respect the right of the creator.
It appears that the year has moved at a faster pace this year than any previous year. Of course that’s nonsense, but it’s the way I perceive it. It’s not my age, nor my mental capabilities it’s the experiences and adventures that have moved so swiftly, one blending into another creating a seamless flow. I’m…
Time for your morning cuppa and a look at some of these beautiful quilts.
Oh my, its just. Its been a whirlwind of engagements, inspiration and sheer fun. I haven’t had tie to breathe let alone do the blog, so this is the best I can do for today folks. Enjoy.