I'm super excited to share with you my latest project....
12 Double Wedding Rings Quilts, 4 of my grandmother's work, and 4 of my burial quilt series will be on display at the Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts June 25th! I have been busy busy busy over here in the Bumble Beans Studio Since I made Double Edged Love... That quilt set of a whole string of ideas for me both as a artist and personally... Emotionally, it's been the best gift ever. I am thrilled to be able to tell my personal side of my life through quilts, and have them all displayed at one time together...
I hope you will mark the date, and make the trip to come see the work, take my class and or lecture...
Dates to be posted soon for the events at the Museum shortly. Contact the Museum to sign up early.
Info and links here:
Don't forget to get your OWN DWR made for the NYC MOD DWR challenge!!!
Congratulations! To see all of the quilts handing together will be something special!ReplyDelete
That's SO great! Tears of joy for you from Seattle. xoReplyDelete
I'm so excited for this, and happy for you!ReplyDelete
Yeah! I'm definitely going! Good for you!ReplyDelete
Bravo! Victoria I would have to say that you are in the FuDgE StRiPe of the vanilla fudge ice cream of life~ Enjoy the process toward your beautiful reveal~ EReplyDelete
Giggle! I'm so excited about this show... the quilts and ideas and stories are flowing from me and they are all so fun... pushing the limits of even the Double edged Love... Definitely savoring this moment and the process of each of the different quilts... Thank you for your kind words!Delete
Wonderful, wonderful, WONDERFUL!ReplyDelete
Very exciting news---it is very thrilling to see your process change and grow at the same time. I'm in a similar place and really enjoying the process. I again thank you for the part you played in expanding my journey----again it was great to meet and chat with you at QTM!ReplyDelete
Now... how to con the spousal unit into taking a vacation in Wisconsin. Do they have good places to metal detect there?? :D I wish and hope that I can go. I'd love to see your work in person.ReplyDelete
Very exciting that you are working in series with such an inspirational quilt/pattern. Hope there will be lots of pics to come, too -- a DWR book, perhaps??? -- for those of us unlikely to make a Wisconsin trip.ReplyDelete
I'm finally starting my DWR for the challenge today! (had to finish something to free up the design wall, got that done last night, yay)
oh how I wish I could go. I'm sure it is going to be wonderful!!!ReplyDelete
Please let that exhibition come to Munich, Germany! PLEEEEESE!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful news! Exciting news! YIKES!ReplyDelete
Can you tell that I'm thrilled for you?
Excellent! Close enough for me!ReplyDelete
Diane from Madison
So excited for you!! WooHoo!!ReplyDelete
This is TREMENDOUS!!! Smithsonian next....ReplyDelete
Fabulous for you!ReplyDelete
Putting this on my calendar! I can see your work & your grandmother's, maybe a workshop and visit my family. All in my hometown Milwaukee! (Birthday present for me!)ReplyDelete
Wow, that's exciting. I may have to make the trip from Iowa to meet you and see those quilts. I will soon be researching for my first attempt at a double-ring quilt, as my stepson gets married in June 2014! I admire that pink one you show here so much.ReplyDelete
I saw you exhibit in VA yesterday. It was fun to see your quilts up close and I saw several that I had not seen before. Your quilts are so much fun and it was cool to see you quilt DNA from your grandmother's quilt too. That was a really nice touch.ReplyDelete