Thursday, 19 August 2010

Exhibitions


Festival of Quilts is this weekend and I will have to visit so that I can see Girl Behind the Mask in another environment. I am almost afraid to go as I will be looking out for every mistake I have made on it. I have almost forgotten what it looks like and will be pleased to see it again.

The Henry Moore exhibition was great too! I managed to squeeze it in a few weeks ago, it was a very small exhibition but excellent, it was interesting to see his use of the crayon resist technique and the fluidity of his line. It is the perfect example of how design can be transformed from paper to fabric to sculpture. Well worth seeing if you are in Norwich.

The conservatory is almost finished and my idea of creating a hanging for the door did not go down well with Dave. He thought it would take me a bit too long and delay the completion of the room, I agreed. I will now have to look for another challenge.

3 Comments:

Blogger Gina said...

The quilt looked fabulous Sandra!

20 August 2010 at 09:48  
Blogger Jacqui said...

We went today and I didn't know then that this was 'your' quilt as I have only just stumbled across your blog via Fan My Flame blog BUT this quilt was one we picked out as awesome - I didn't see any mistakes!

21 August 2010 at 19:11  
Blogger Julie said...

Hi, I'm a friend of Gina too and your quilt was stunning. It stopped me in my tracks as I was flying around the exhibition :) Hope you enjoyed the show.

23 August 2010 at 09:38  

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