Sydney Quilt Show 2016

Posted: June 23, 2016 by Mo Crow in art exhibitions, It's Crow Time
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Diane-Firth-Earth-BonesDiane Firth “Earth Bones #2”
Diane-Firth-detaildetail of the gradation in colour and curve of the cloth defining the ridge
Carolyn-SullivanCarolyn Sullivan “One Jumped”
Carolyn-Sullivan-detailflowers of the desert hand stitched to cover the surface of the quilt
Carolyn-Sullivan-detail-2the subtle colours of this dry land
Margaret Wallace Snowy River Landform-Take 2Margaret Wallace “Snowy River Landform – Take 2”
Margaret-Wallace-detaildetail of embroidery on recycled wool blanket with blue satin river
Margaret-Wallace-detail-2you can see more of the 400 quilts on display here

Comments
  1. What stunning pieces of art . . . I love the humour and subtlety of “One Jumped” and the hours that must go in to each one simply staggers me.

  2. Jane Bodnaruk says:

    Carolyn Sullivan never fails to amaze, Diane Firth is showing a subtle shift, and I love Margaret Wallace’s Snowy R

  3. Thrilled to say that both Dianne and Caroline are in a group I belong to so I get to see some of their background work. All these pieces are stunning! Thanks for the photos.

  4. deemallon says:

    that map is incredible!

    • Mo Crow says:

      it is, love the contrast between the soft recycled wool and the shimmer of the midnight blue satin and the exquisitely rendered detail, interesting that the quilts that caught my eye speak about different aspects of the Australian landscape

  5. Carol says:

    Speechless! Absolutely stunning…

  6. nadia says:

    Wow, Mo. So beautiful. Glad I stopped by to start my day in an inspired way. Also LUV your accordian book with grape vines…so coooooool!

  7. vdbolyard says:

    beautiful examples here, mo. thank you.

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