More from International Quilt Festival

Posted: November 13, 2015 in Art, Art Quilts, Events, Learning
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Last week I wrote about my visit to the International Quilt Festival in Houston. This week I will continue with some more of my personal favorites.

Here we go!

Duet #4

Duet #4 by Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gantry, Port Townsend, WA, 30 x 30. Honorable Mention in Art — Abstract, Small. “About birds that mate for life. The piece is abstract and not meant to depict a specific species.”

A Toast to Toulouse Lautrec

A Toast to Toulouse-Lautrec, by Katherine Donges & Susan Slaton, Suches, GA. 50 x 45. Judges Choice of Patt Blair.

Ghosts

Ghosts, Ruth Montalvo, Madison Heights, MI. 48 x 64″ Third piece in Innovative Pieced.

Bleiweiss

Tutti Frutti Alleyway, Sue Bleiweiss, Pepperell, MA. 33 x 45″ Third Prize in Art — Whimsical

Golden Girl

Golden Girl, Hollis Chatelain, Hillsborough, NC. 24 x 60″. First Prize in Art — Painted Surfaces.

Kan Oh Chi Rai (Prediction by Studying the Past) by Yoshiyuki Ishizaki of Ashiya, Hyogo. Japan. 79.5 x 61.5 Second Prize in Innovative Pieced.

Kan Oh Chi Rai (Prediction by Studying the Past) by Yoshiyuki Ishizaki of Ashiya, Hyogo. Japan. 79.5 x 61.5 Second Prize in Innovative Pieced. “The present become the past quickly and will be reborn to the new present soon.”

Leafless

Leafless, Janet Steadman, Langley, WA, 54 x 45″ Second Prize, Abstract small. “Bare Tree branches in fall and winter inspired this quilt.”

Mysterious Letter

Mysterious Letter, Noriko Nozawa of Chiba City, Chiba, Japan. 80 x 82″. First Prize in Art, Abstract, large. “Kana letter, which is a Japanese traditional letter, is the main theme of this piece.”

Out on a limb

Out on a Limb, Thelma Bearden, Tullahoma, TN. 56 x 83.5. Second Prize in Art — Abstract, Large

Reborn

Reborn, Molly Hamilton-McNally, Tehachapi, CA, 50 x 55. First Prize in Innovative Applique.

Tagged

Tagged, Patricia Kennedy-Zafred, Murraysville, PA. 84 x 45. First Prize in Digital Imagery. “Executive Order 9066 forced nearly 120,000 people of Japanese heritage living along the Pacific Coast into internment camps.”

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Comments
  1. judi says:

    Inspiring! Thanks for sharing. Judi

    Liked by 1 person

  2. gonerustic says:

    Stunning! My favourites are Leafless and Out in a Limb 😊

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Jay Ressler says:

    Some really cool peices.

    Like

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