These next two are from Sue Spargo, who has a very distinct style. I like her motifs and have a couple of books that I use as inspiration. She uses combinations of felted wool and cotton fabrics so the surface of her quilts is very different than a traditional cotton quilt. She also has nice embellishing techniques which make the surface more interesting. I wasn't able to take a class with her because they were full when I checked, but it was great to see the quilts in person none-the-less.
I realized that I don't have a full view of this next quilt, but I guess I was just amazed by that binding detail! Can you imagine doing that??
The last few quilts are by Jean Wells Keenan, who is the owner of the Stitchin' Post and a fabulous teacher. These quilts were hung in the Sisters Library so the lighting isn't as good. She is doing some really wonderful abstract quilts now and I love her color themes.