Quilt Exhibit

In town there is a new venture. It is called Studio 37 Arts & Cultural Center. It is a studio space for working artists, display space for working artists, and classroom space for artists interested in instructing. Various classes are offered including guitar. 

They have a quilt exhibit running from September 15-21, in conjunction with The Fabric Frenzy Shop Hop (The New Ewe Yarn and Quilt Shoppe is located next door). I was honored to be asked to display some of my quilts along with many other wonderful quilts by friends and acquaintances. 

In a quick look, here are the quilts I have on exhibit.

Some of my smaller projects, 4 of them are from Four-in-Art Projects. 

I hang this one vertically at home, so this gives it a different perspective.

Photo isn't great--it is hanging near the top of a 12 foot ceiling.
Have you had quilts in an exhibit? What were your reactions?

Paducah Winners I know:

One of our guild members won a blue ribbon in the Paducah AQS Show this last week with her quilt titled MICHIGAN LIGHTHOUSES (in the Large Quilts: Pictorial sponsored by Superior Threads.) I found the AQS award ceremony video HERE and Phyllis got her award at video time stamp 46:34.

When I took the class in Grand Rapids from Kathy McNeil, we saw her entry for the Paducah show. We were not suppose to give it away before the show this past week. She won Janome America Best of Show (here).Up close and personal, this quilt was outstanding and deserved this award (IMO)!

Are you following the Christmas Caroling Row Along? 
Here is the line up for the rest of the designers:

Thursday, September 21, 2017
Martina Latimer
                                                     (site will open late next week)
Quilt Fabrication
Patchwork Breeze
Patti’s Patchwork
Miss Loreen’s Schoolhouse


Anne / Springleaf Studios said...

The studio space you talk about sounds like a wonderful opportunity for artists. Congrats on having some quilts showing in the space. Seems an especially nice way to show off the Four in Art quilts. I think it would be fun to have an exhibit sometime. My husband, daughter and I would like to do a 3 way show in the future if we can swing it somewhere. Sculpture, quilts and jewelry. Would make for a interesting combination of art.

Janine @ Rainbow Hare said...

That studio space sounds wonderful and your quilts look stunning displayed in the exhibition :)