At the invitation of The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, it was my distinct honor to share the following pieces (listed alphabetically) in an Art in the Halls, Solo-Artist Show which ran from October 18th, 2016 through January 22nd, 2017. For those who missed the show, I’ve posted them as a collection below.
A See of Three – Created in 2010 as a Shenandoah Piecemakers’ ‘Triple-Play Challenge, you can read more about this quilt on my Challenged page.
Amanda’s Bouquet – Created for my daughter-in-law, Amanda, paying homage to the beautiful sunflowers she carried in her wedding. Read more about this quilt here.
Fern Grotto – Wailua River Falls, Hawaii – Kayaking Kauai – memorializing a special family vacation to Hawaii. Read more about this quilt on this page.
Giverney Clos Normand – inspired by Claude Monet’s gorgeous gardens at Giverney. Learn more on this page.
Hiding in Plain Sight – a kaleidoscope quilt with hidden zebras. Learn more on this page.
Lighting the Way Home – another fabulously fractured quilt. Read more here.
Near A Railroad Crossing – offering an historical reflection. Read more on this page.
Ocean City Bloom – a fun little appliqued table topper made in a Karen Kay Buckley class using her Kansas Rose pattern. Read more about this and other “accents for the home” near the bottom of this page.
Path to Escargot – a colorful snail’s trail quilt. Read more here.
Shuffling Hexagons – created this fun modern quilt. Read more on this page.
Tucson Wildflower – a Southwind Mexican Star quilt. Read more here.
View from a Pew – reminded me of a church stained glass window. Read more on this page.
And last, but not least, this mini Winchester’s War quilt. It is another historical reflection quilt. Read more on this page.