“Growth” Exhibit: Part Two

Continuing with the great art included in the “Growth” exhibit, these pieces (L-R) were made by Annette Boncek and Marianne Williamson.

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

The piece on the left, below, is one of my favorites, by Maggie Dillon.  The one on the right was made by Jann Warfield.

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

(L-R) these 2D pieces were made by Becky Stack, Gretchen Brooks, and Loreen Leedy. The 3D piece in the foreground was sitting on a pedestal and it was made by Annette Boncek.

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

Here’s a close up view of the inside.

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

Maya Schonenberger created this lovely piece.

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

And here’s another Barbara Watler piece, also with heavy stitching.

 

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

One of my favorite pieces in the show was this one, by Pam Lowe.

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

I really like the round shapes against the ripples of vertical hand quilting.

"Growth" Exhibit in Dunedin

I’ve now shown you all the quilts hanging on the outside perimeter of the room.  But, there’s still more to see!  In the next post, I’ll show you the pieces hanging on the interior partition.

Ellen Lindner
P.S. I’d love it if the artists shown would comment on this post and tell us more about their pieces, (including titles.)

6 Responses to “Growth” Exhibit: Part Two

  1. Linda Ferraro June 28, 2017 at 7:51 am #

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Ellen Lindner June 29, 2017 at 10:22 pm #

      I’m glad you enjoyed it, Linda. I’ve got one more post to show.

  2. Diane Bessette July 5, 2017 at 12:41 pm #

    Thanks for posting the pics and the link to see more. The SAQA members are always so inspiring. I was happy to see my good friend Patricia Turner’s pieces in the show.

    • Ellen Lindner July 6, 2017 at 10:06 am #

      Glad you enjoyed it, Diane. Patricia’s work is always amazing.

  3. Loreen Leedy July 6, 2017 at 6:52 am #

    Thanks for letting everyone see the show, Ellen. My piece is the one with the alligator, titled “Good day, sunshine!” It depicts an example of the lush sub-tropical environment of Florida whose growth is supported by the heavy rains and endless sunshine.

    • Ellen Lindner July 6, 2017 at 10:06 am #

      Thanks for telling us more about your piece, Loreen!

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