Monday, February 1, 2016

Challenge Quilts on Display


On Saturday, January 29, a group of members assembled to hang the wonderful display of quilts entered into the "Architecture" challenge.  It wasn't easy making them all fit neatly and still have room for each one to be appreciated!

 












If you can get over to the library to see them in person, you will be able to fully appreciate the talent and workmanship in each one.  But if you can't, I hope the pictures will do them justice.  If any  seem slightly askew, it is photographer error, not the quilts.  .

View From my Window, by Cathy Judkins

Cape Cod House, by Gloria Crittenden

Olde Town, by Donna Sofokles

Birds in the Window, by Pat Gardner

The Guggenheim at Night, by Susan Rathbun

The Old Barn, by Jean Butzer

Saskatchewan Sky, by Kevin Hammon

A Tribute to the Guardian Building (and Murphy's Law) by Martha Lorshbaugh

Provincetown, by Cynda Watroba

The Great Table Runner, Charlie Brown, by Alex Hammon

Cape Cod Canal, by Gloria Crittendedn

Moonlit Crossing, by Mary Ellen Ames

Union Station- Lockport, by Melanie Watson

Possibilities, by Mary Ellen Casey
Points to Ponder, by Martha Lorshbaugh

Tree of Life, by Mary Lu Hodgins

My Ti(e)le Quilt, by Mary Kozub

Reflections on Main Street, by Lori Anderson

Stained Glass, by Mary Kozub

Houston, by Julie Brandon
The New Neighborhood, by Jennifer Grimsley

Color Town, by Connie Grimsley

Perspective, by Elaine Ross

Cat House, by Kathi Everett

FenĂȘtre, by Mary Lowe

Oley Houses, by Donna Sofokles
Quilts will be on display throughout the month of February.  The library is open Monday – Thursday    9 AM – 9 PM, and Friday & Saturday     9 AM – 5 PM.  They will be closed Feb. 15 for Presidents Day.  If you go, don't forget to fill out a ballot- one for Members only and the viewer's choice award

1 comment:

Emmy Hartwick said...

Yay! I am going to try to get to the Richmond this week! Thanks for the post!