Thursday 17 September 2015

Second day exhibitions at Ste Marie-aux-mines

Work from Sheila Frampton-Cooper (from the USA, but now living in the Provence). There are many quilts displayed from her, she made all of them the last 5 years. I like her work very much. She told me she works  in an intuitive way, without patterns or plan. She creates it while she works at it.

Sheila Frampton-Cooper: 'Deep sea portals'

Sheila Frampton-Cooper: 'Marie Magdeline de la Sainte Baum'.

These three quilt projects above are made by Barbara Lange from Germany.

 Made by Gaby Mett. I would love to make something like this :)

 Made by Rebecca Campeau (France). Strange isn't it?

Detail photo from work made by Beatrice Lanter.

These two extraordinary quilts were made by Brigitte Busk from Denmark.

This one is called : Flames and made by Hilde van Schaardenburg (The Netherlands)

One of the 'Modern quilt guild'  quilts. There many, but this is a detail from a quilt made by Kathy York (USA)

And the last picture from today. I made my first little block from the 1718 Coverlet. I'm surprised at how similar the fabrics are! This was from a scrap bag I bought yesterday (see post from 16 september 2015).

Hope you enjoyed the pictures. There was so much to see. These photo's above are just a selection from what I liked or wanted to show because it looked new to me.




Tilly said...

Bedankt voor al je mooie foto's, leuk om wat moderne quilts te zien. Veel plezier daar, en je blokje ziet er geweldig uit. groetjes Tilly

Nifty Quilts said...

Wow! These artists are making some very new and interesting quilts. Thank you for sharing the photos!