Sunday, August 9, 2009

In Lowell during the Quilt Festival

I have been very pleased to have a piece in the "The Fabrication of Imagination" exhibit at the ALL Gallery in Lowell, MA.  Every piece in the show explores the boundaries of using fiber in art.

Saturday was the busiest day during the Lowell Quilt Festival and I spent time with many friends and met a lot of new quilters as well.  In the morning, I went to the SAQA regional meeting at the New England Quilt Museum, where Rosemary Hoffenberg gave a wonderful slide show.  Then to lunch with Rosemary, Sandy Donabed and Silvia Einstein.  Then I went to the reception at the ALL Gallery, and on to the reception for the quilt exhibiton at The Brush Gallery.  A great day.

My piece, "Missing" is an encaustic using a vintage baby dress.


Here are some other images from the reception yesterday.


Banners by Cornelia Jutta Forster, which wafted through the air surrounding you as you entered the gallery.



Directly to the left and in the center, stitched wonders by Laura Sapelly, who I had not seen for awhile.  The huge bag "Excess Baggage" by Susan Webber is truly wonderful. 


Extraodinary dresses by Virginia Fitzgerald, on the far wall pieces by Linda Dunn and Merill Comeau and
Linda Dunn.  The case holds beautiful jewelry knitted from copper wire by Alessandrina Costa.

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