Sunday, November 15, 2009

Art Council of White Lake, Stories Behind The Quilts Show, Giveaway

Alison Lang Art Doll called Robirda Penguin is pictured above. It was created from felted wools and antique fabric. There was a glass blue egg inside of the necklace pouch around Robirda Penguin's neck.

My Dear Friend Heather is having a Lovely giveaway at her blog called, "A Cherished Life". Heather has made many creative and beautiful Ornaments. A few of her beautiful Ornaments are pictured above.
The above photo is of Alison Lang, Fiber Artist that displayed 2 of her quilts at the Art Council of White Lake, gallery in Montague for the last couple of week. This past Saturday the art council had nibbles and fondue for all the visitors at the show.

I was asked to display three of my quilts. The above photo is of the Autumn Leaf Fantasy Wedding Quilt I made several years ago for my son Shane and his wife Jenny.


This photo is of "The Alaska Quilt" I made back in 1994 to 1996. It was the first quilt I ever made.
This quilt is the second quilt I ever made. I called it "Quilted Sea Tapestry" and was made for my oldest son Mike and his wife Kari.

Some photos of other quilts that were displayed at the show.


This was the first time I have ever displayed my quilts in public. I was anxious about it but all the quilts were well received by the public. We all had a lovely time chatting about our quilts and art.

Hugs,

11 comments:

Heather said...

Judy, all three of your quilts are absolutely priceless, and wonderful heirlooms for your boys! It is hard to believe your Alaska quilt was your first one, it is so wonderful. Your quilts were certainly not lost amongs all the others there, and I know your presentation was from your heart! Thanks for entering my giveaway and mentioning me here on your blog... Hugs.

Dolores said...

LOL, the art council's feast must have opened a few eyes.
Great quilts, thanks for showing them to us.

Jasmine said...

I love your autumn leaf quilt (and the others too x). Your buttons are awesome :)

Bev C said...

Judy some splendid quilts.Your family is very lucky to receive such wonderful gifts. I am sitting here laughing so much,I want to see what the art council serves up for morning tea next time.LOL. You have made my day. Happy days to you.

Miss 376 said...

I can't believe the complexity of your first quilts, fabulous. I do like the autumn quilt

Peonies & Magnolias said...

Your quilts are fabulous and how exciting to have them in a show.

Sandy

knit yourself a transparent toga today! said...

Hi Judy
Thank you so much for your kind words about my (newish) blog.
The lovely things you create show how much love you have for people and life.
beth :)

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

I would like to thank all my wonderful and kind friends for leaving your lovely comments on my quilts. Hugs Judy

Cathy K said...

Judy, I am blown away by your quilts! Have you been holding out on us? LOL. You are so talented at everything you try! BTW, I have a son named Shane too. He turned 30 this year and is the father of my first grandchild, London. How many kids do you have?? Thanks for sharing all this wonderful eye candy. Hugs, Cathy

Maureen said...

Your quilts are marvellous Judy, you must be very proud of them. I love that bird - it's fantastic!!!

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