The diverse, lovely exhibition will be hanging through the month of October, and I strongly recommend you try to stop by if you are anywhere near the city.
This gallery is really a perfect spot to feature long pieces, which can be hung in the central portion of the gallery. They add to the experience of wandering through the beautiful work. This year did not disappoint. I can't even name all the pieces, and I didn't try to photograph everything. I want to share just a few shots from the opening reception. I would like to go back during the earlier part of the day to see the work in different light.
by Laurel Gibson
(the lengths of color are embroidery floss!)
(art cloth mounted on canvas)
I was very amused at how fascinated many people were with the back of my quilt!
It was fun to have this quilt ("What Remains") free-hanging in the gallery.
This was taken from the upper level looking down into the main level
Susie Monday's quilt (left on wall) won first place. Susie's other quilt is on the right side.