Thursday, 26 May 2011

Two more days to go!

Only tomorrow and Saturday morning to go before the colour - quilts - collage exhibition is over, at least as far as the Tweeddale Museum and Gallery show is concerned. Some of the quilts (not those sold, for instance) will be travelling with Grosvenor Shows in the autumn, starting with the Great Northern Quilt show in Harrogate, then the various Autumn Quilt Fairs and I'll get them back again in February 2012.

In the meantime there was more good news! One of my quilts shown at Loch Lomond, entitled A very fishy Affair has been bought, and the above shown little Venice Journal Quilts (sized 8.5 x 11) have all been sold too, today, to the same buyer. It's good to know they will be together in their future life! I know, it sounds like someone re-housing much loved pets. It's pathetic but that's how I feel like about them.

And a final reminder, the Gallery will be open tomorrow (Friday) from 10.30 - 4 (it usually closes for lunch but as I will be in residence it will stay open) and also from 7 - 9 pm. This is because there is a private view for a smaller exhibition in the same building so I thought people might want to pop upstairs and take mine in too. So come in and say hello.

Then the final day is Saturday and the opening times are from 9.30 - 12.30 am. Again I will be there for the duration. It's hard to believe it will soon be all over but on the plus side, I am longing to pick up a needle and thread, some beads and the odd Swarovski crystal!

1 comment:

Lenna Young Andrews said...

Frieda, I am over the moon for you that you have sold so many pieces. How rewarding and exciting. Your beautiful work is appreciated and loved by others, you've made room to create a few more quilts and you get a bit of money for all your hard work. Wowee kazowee!!! Enjoy the last 2 days, sending Love to you xoxo


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