It was a thrilling experience for me to hostess my one person exhibit at the American Quilter's Society show in Chattanooga. Everyone was so complimentary and I smiled all four days and said a million Thank yous. The 25 quilts chosen for the space included some 'classics' and some pieces that have never been shown in public. The lighting was great for viewing, but not necessarily for photos. Some pictures had a yellow cast, so I am including photos here of quilts in the exhibit that were copied from better shots in my library. These can all be viewed larger in the pages at the top of the blog.
The show was very well attended and there were spectacular quilts on display. Included in the winners was my friend Mary Keasler who had two First Place awards for My Lantana and Through the Cracks.
I had small works for sale and sold quite a few, and then turned around and spent my profits on the vendors. I couldn't help myself!