For many months now I have been working on the planning for an exhibit, the third biannual, at ArtSpace Herndon. And today ,at last, I can say, it is open and ready for viewing.
Continuing on the long narrow piece (above) is "Road to Jerusalem" originally created for the "Sacred Threads" exhibit in 2015 by Sarah Entsminger http://www.studioatripplingwaters.com/
And on the far right is "Everett's Ties" a poingnant memory quilt made by Gertrude Sherman to honor her late husband Everett. Featuring his neckties it also includes photographs of Gertrude and Everett as a couple and some lovely ribbon embroidery. When the gallery lights are fully on you may better apprecaite this piece.
This is the third quilt exhibit I have had the priveledge of being able to hang at ArtSpace. It is a huge thrill to see our quilts in a gallery presentation and I do most sincerely thank all at ArtSpace Herndon for inviting we quilt/fiber artists into their space.
My thanks also go to my co-curator Sarah Entsminger and all the hanging team (most particularly Gayle Maisel for driving me and the quilts there and back and helping all day long) these past two days.
More photographs may appear in upcoming days. As always, clicking on the photos will show them in a larger form. Later I will hope to have time to give you better quality photographs. But I was so excited today to finally have the show hung that I wanted to share it with you right away.
Now do me a favor and go see our show!