It always takes longer than you expect when hanging a show. But, thanks to an efficient crew, the recent installation of our Dirty Dozen Fiber Arts show went very smoothly.
Our exhibit is at the Eau Gallie library, in Melbourne, FL. It’s a nice building with a wall of windows looking out on palm trees and the Indian River. A wonderful setting.
See what I mean? Here’s a better view of the quilts shown above.
The largest piece was made by Ruth Anne Parker. Jill Brown made the ice cream cone and Terri Drake created the bottom piece.
Rudy Pacarro, Laura Ruiz, and I did most of the ladder climbing, while Dij Pacarro and Andrew Lindner guarded quilts and managed signs.
These quilts are on the most visible wall, near the doorway.
Starting with the largest quilt and going clockwise, these pieces were made by Laura Ruiz, Susan Rienzo, Gabriele DiTota, Jill Brown, collectively: Dij Pacarro, Jill Brown, Paula Furgason, and Peggy Horsfield, and the last one was made by Susan Rienzo.
The exhibit will be on display through August 30th. I hope you get to visit it. Here’s the info:
Eau Galllie Public Library, 1521 Pineapple Ave., Melbourne, FL.
P.S. There’s a “poke-stop” (is that what it’s called) just outside the library. It was very popular.