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Art in the Halls – Solo-Artist Show at The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

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 HallsSolo-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.

15 - Amanda's Bouquet-WM

















Fern Grotto – Wailua River Falls, Hawaii – Kayaking Kauai – memorializing a special family vacation to Hawaii. Read more about this quilt on this page.



Fractured Floral #8 and Fractured Floral #9  Learn more about these quilts here or learn more about my fabulously fractured technique here.















































Giverney Clos Normand – inspired by Claude Monet’s gorgeous gardens at Giverney. Learn more on this page.

07 - Giverny's Clos Normand 4-2010-WM

















Hiding in Plain Sight – a kaleidoscope quilt with hidden zebras. Learn more on this page.

09 - Hiding in Plain Sight - A Study in Hexagons and Octagons-WM


















Lighting the Way Home – another fabulously fractured quilt. Read more here.


























Near A Railroad Crossing –  offering an historical  reflection. Read more on this page.

Near A Railroad Crossing (1) 7-2011-WM

















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.

Ocean City Bloom

















Path to Escargot – a colorful snail’s trail quilt. Read more here.

14 - Path to Escargot -WM

















Shuffling Hexagons – created this fun modern quilt. Read more on this page.




Tucson Wildflower – a Southwind Mexican Star quilt. Read more here.

17 - Tucson Wildflowers - a A Southwind Mexican Star 7-2010-WM

















View from a Pew – reminded me of a church stained glass window. Read more on this page.

06 - A View from a Pew 4-2010-WM

















And last, but not least, this mini Winchester’s War quilt. It is another historical reflection quilt. Read more on this page.

Winchester's War






















It was fun working with the museum’s staff to install the show…sue-msv-receptionIMG_0414-sm