I think I recently mentioned that I was thrilled that my quilt, Prayer at Sunset, was juried into the 7 STITCH: Contemporary Textile Art from Kentucky & the Surrounding States hosted at the Claypool-Young Art Gallery at Morehead State University. (Jane Dunnewold was the juror.) The exhibit is available through August 30. One of my friends got to go to the exhibit and snapped a few photos. She recently sent them to me, and I'd like to share them with you. These photos show pictures of my quilt at the exhibit.
|This is my quilt!|
This is my quilt beside Daren Pitts Redman's entry.
The next view shows some of the other pieces in the show.
You can see Daren's piece and my piece on the right-hand side. I know the piece on the far left belongs to Marti Plager from Louisville. Her piece is titled Bryce Remembered. I'm sorry to say I don't know whose piece is next to Marti's. I think there is a hand-made book on the stand in the foreground. I'm not sure; though, it is hard to see in this photo.
If you get a chance, head over to the Claypool-Young Art Gallery at Morehead State University, 108 Claypool-Young Art Bldg., Morehead, KY, to see more of the exhibit. If you have questions about the hours or location, contact Jennifer Reis, the gallery director. You can reach her at 606-783-5446 or at email@example.com.