Today's post will show three of the many special exhibits at the show. The first grouping are quilts by this year's Featured Quilter, Carol Webb. Carol is a local quilter who describes her work as eclectic. Her exhibit ranged from traditional quilts to very contemporary art pieces. I love her use of color and line. The quilt above on the right is one of my favorites.
The quilt above left is my favorite of Carol's quilts. It was created in a Nancy Crow workshop and was all black and white. Carol decided to paint the white areas when she got home, to great effect!
Below starts the Mt Bachelor Quilters' Guild special exhibit, Cabin Fever. Quilters in my guild took the log cabin block to extremes!
Lindsey and her quilt
Puzzling World by me
Erin's orange log cabin is just great!
Patti's log cabin is a wonderful inventive telling of her move from California to Bend.
The final exhibit is The Language of Flowers quilts by my book club, The Undercover Quilters. It was beautifully displayed along this porch with a huge profusion of flowers. These quilts were inspired by The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh.
Quilts by Lani, Cindy, Susan
Quilts by me, Wanda, Erin
Quilts by Betty, Martha, Jane
Quilts by Janelle, Sandie, Sally
One of the wonderful things about this location was the Barn Swallow family watching over our exhibit.
Tomorrow I'll post the last group of quilt show photos and an announcement you won't want to miss!