Posts Tagged ‘Houston Quilt Festival’

Yes, More Quilt Photos

Can you belive I STILL have more quilt photos to show you, from Houston?  Well, I do! There were several striking exhibits that did not allow photography.  That included two exhibits put on by SAQA:  “Text Messages”and “People and Portraits.”   The latter included a touch book.  It’s a book with pages from each of the artists […]

Still More Quilts from Festival

Here are some more of the quilts that caught my eye in Houston. You’ll definitely want to click on each image for a larger view!  This is “You Are What You Eat,” by Kathy York.  Her deer is filled entirely with flowers, since that’s what it’s been eating!  This charming quilt won an Honorable Mention in […]

More Houston Quilts

More quilts that caught my attention: Click any image for a larver view I love the abstraction in Thelma Bearden’s Very Berries.   As well as the glowing stained glass quality.   In contrast to the hard edges in the quilt above, Marianne Willimason’s pieces are always very impressionistic, with soft edges.  She calls this one Evening Garden […]

Houston Quilts: Oh My!

Wow!  I’m just back from a trip to Houston, TX, where I attended the International Quilt Festival.  It was AMAZING!  Extraordinary quilts, old friends, vendors with tons of appealing wares, new friends, and fun experiences.  (And fatigue, before I learned to pace myself.) But, I know what you want to see first:  the quilts, right?  Here are […]