It's been a very good week for me, art-wise. First I finished piecing Brown Planet, as I blogged about in my last post. Then I was accepted into two shows.
This is Emerald City, 46" x 45", which you've seen before, part of my Configuration series. It will be taking its maiden voyage to Fort Collins, Colorado at the 30th Annual Art Quilt Exhibition at Lincoln Center. The show runs from July 3-September 5. This one's a little too far for me to travel to the opening, but maybe some of you who live nearby will be able to. I know there were some very big names in the show last year. I am honored to be included this year.
Lastly, if you live anywhere near Greenwich, CT, run don't walk to Paperworks:Material as Medium at the Flinn Gallery in the Greenwich Library. My quilt group took a field trip to this beautiful upscale town to see the exhibit and, of course, have lunch. I foolishly left my camera at home, so you'll have to trust me when I say that the show was amazing.
I ended the week last night with a charity wine tasting event. Today I'm doing a little reorganizing in my studio to prep for my next project. Stay tuned.