Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Art Quilting Studio Summer 2011

I am happy to report that my Treehouse Series is featured in  Art Quilting Studio magazine this summer. I haven't seen the issue in person yet, but may be able to find a copy today in town, when I go to knitting.
http://www.stampington.com/html/aqs_summer_2011.html has a link to the table of contents, and to my surprise I see that my old pard' Laura Wasilowski is also featured. I must find this magazine!

Today I am shipping off five quilts to the National Quilt Museum for a show in October.
 Parallel Paths
 Technique Rebellion III Redux
 Zig Zag #5
 Matchstick Moons 1
Matchstick Moons 2
The show is an exhibit of the work of the Chicago School of Fusing. I will announce more details when October rolls around.

15 comments:

  1. Wow, Melody, those are wonderful quilts! Love the colors as well as the designs. I'll also be on the lookout for the magazine. Fun stuff!

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  2. Wow! I'm left blank for words to describe. I love the quilts!

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  3. Thanks for the little retrospective of some of your past work. Fantastic. Looking forward to October...

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  4. It seems everytime I go to your quilt galleries I see something new! What a treat for those buying the magazine. I'll look for it! I've always LOVED Technique Rebellion III Redux!!!

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  5. You are so talented. I love your color pallet and creations. Thanks for inspiring so many of us...espeically me! Enjoy.
    Create, inspire, encourage. Bren

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  6. Melody, do you have a BOOK on your quilting? I would LOVE to see it! I love the styles you've presented in these quilts. Best wishes!

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  7. Fabulous quilts! I like that match stick style. Very cool.

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  8. Rebellion III Redux was the first quilt of yours that I saw and it is my all time favorite of any quilt I have seen.

    Matchsticks simply amazes me in the numbers of those little sticks. They are also favorites.

    So happy these quilts will be on display for people to enjoy. Congrats.

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  9. I have the issue and I am star-struck to know one of the contributors! Thanks for the inspirational colors!

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  10. Oh WOW!!! I love them all but the matchstick moons are just fabulous! I would love to see them up close & personal. Please givce us more info on the exhibit when you get it. I really need to go out and buy that magazine also.

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  11. Having had the pleasure of seeing these works of art up close and personal, let me say that the pictures cannot begin to do them justice. They are some mind blowing quilts. Bravo, Mel!

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  12. wonderful quilts, a very nice house, lovely rooms,I learned a lot from your blog,knitting, quilts,dyeing,DANA from ROMANIA

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  13. Oh, oh - there goes my favorite art quilt Parallel Path - I know SOMEONE is going to purchase this at the show. It's a masterpiece. Maybe I can afford a miniature version?

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  14. Your colors are the knock-your-socks-off type. Lovely! Nancy

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  15. It can't succeed in fact, that's what I believe.

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