Saturday, February 2, 2013

Challenge Quilts on Display

Whether you're a member who was unable to make the January meeting, or a non-member who enjoys seeing creativity on display, NOW is your chance to enjoy the annual display of "challenge" quilts on display at the Richmond Memorial Library. The library is at 19 Ross Street, Batavia, and is open
Monday – Thursday    9 AM – 9 PM, and  Friday & Saturday     9 AM – 5 PM

This year's challenge theme, "Literature", was chosen by  Lori Anderson.  Members found great inspiration, either in the pages of a favorite book, or in books in general.  Their creativity will be on display through the month of February.  Members are invited to vote for awards in a range of categories.  Non-members are asked to vote for their favorite in the "Viewer's Choice" category.
"Dunes and Daydreams" by Cynda Watroba, inspired by Thoreau

"Fifty Shades of Grey" by Gloria Crittenden

Nancy Drew by Melanie Watson

Butterflies and Bottle caps, by Elaine Ross, inspired by the book by Eliza Clark (Author), Viadyana Krykorka (Illustrator) 

Unless by Cynda Watroba, inspired by Dr Suess

Storytime with Grandpa by Mary Kozub, inspired by a family photo

Who Done it? by Gloria Crittenden

The Princess and the Pea by Dodie Morrison, inspired by Hans Christian Anderson

Literature is my Utopia by Emmy Hartwick

James and the Giant Peach by Alex Hammon, inspired by Roald Dahl

The Black Stallion by Mary Ellen Ames, inspired by Walter Farley

Let the Wild Rumpus Start by Martha Lorshbaugh, inspired by Maurice Sendak

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Susan Rathbun, inspired by Betty Smith

Ballybucklebo by Lori Anderson, inspired by Patrick Taylor

Take Time to Read by Eileen Partise

Make the World you Want by Martha Lorshbaugh, inspired by Crockett Johnson

The Prisoner of Azkaban by Bethany Anderson, inspired by J.K. Rowling

Blake by Mary Ellen Ames, inspired by William Blake

Sunset at tara by Chris Kuehl, inspired by Margaret Mitchell

Book bag by Kathi Everett
 The new banner- not part of the challenge, obviously

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