Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Troubled Waters

Or not such troubled waters as it has turned out! This quilt was selected back in January 2017 for the Studio Art Quilt Association (SAQA) Made in Europe travelling exhibition and spend last year going to all kinds of exciting venues in the US. Then in September 2017 I was informed that it had also been juried into the Made in Europe - Collection One SAQA exhibit to travel in Europe. Hurray!
Today it starts it's travels at the International Biennial Quilt and Textile Art show in Beaujolais, France from the 11th - 14th April. It can also be seen  from the 8th - 10th June 2018 at the 5th Quilt Festival North in Groningen, The Netherlands. At the end of July it will be at Galerie Textil et Kunst, Sebastiansplatz, Munich, Germany.

You can read more about this quilt here.
My quilts may get to more exciting places than |I do at times, but this morning I had the great pleasure of seeing a deer gently grazing in a neighbouring field. It looked up and saw us, but it had the good grace to stand still long enough for me to get the phone out and take a picture. I should think so too, after completely demolishing our ivy during the snow!

2 comments:

Linda Kunsman said...

love, love , love this quilt Frieda!! Huge congrats on having it travel in the exhibits - it deserves and needs to be seen!

Lenna Young Andrews said...

What an honor! Congratulations, frieda ♡ it is a most beautiful quilt. Xo

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