Thursday, May 01, 2008

Bradford Copse
Mancuso's Denver Quilt Show begins today through Sunday, and the Chicago School of Fusing has a special exhibit which includes these and ten of my smaller quilts.
Bon Bon #1 and #2

Bon Bon #3 and #4
This is the first time any of these pieces have been seen in public. I hope you let me know if you visit the show and see these pieces.

11 comments:

  1. Your Bon Bon pieces are so luscious... appropriately enough. Especially #3, I just love the color combinations in that one!

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  2. Bonnie2:04 PM

    I plan to go to Denver tomorrow and hope to get to the show and pay a visit to your art. In Longmont, CO there is also a quilt exhibit at the museum there, and I plan to visit that as well....hope I can fit in a meal at Elways. Expect photos of your work. And, happy Cinco de Mayo a bit early.

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  3. Whoa! Quilt content. Even tho it's reruns, we still love to see them.

    Cinco de Mayo? I would have forgotten.

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  4. Hey Melody - How awesome that we were part of the creation process and now they are hanging in Denver. Will they be coming to PIQF also?

    My best to you, your gardening and your new home!! It's really fun watching the process grow!!

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  5. wish I could be in Denver... Congratulations!

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  6. Anonymous4:15 PM

    Hello Melody:

    I was at the Quilt Festival today and saw your quilts.....every so bright and lovely. They are fabulous in person. Great job!!!

    Dianne
    Westminster, CO

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  7. Anonymous1:55 PM

    Hello Melody
    So nice seeing quilts again on your blog, even if they are reruns.
    Edith

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  9. Those BonBon quilts really are, dare I say it...I know others already have, but they are a visual feast. YUM. Especially #1 because of the horizontal layering and the yummy activity in the middle. Not that you needed my explanation.

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  10. Those BonBon quilts really are, dare I say it...I know others already have, but they are a visual feast. YUM. Especially #1 because of the horizontal layering and the yummy activity in the middle. Not that you needed my explanation.

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