Thursday, August 13, 2009

a quilt exhibit

My Russian quilting friends had an exhibit at a local library which fortunately I had time to attend. The hall was well lit and large, and the work hanging up was delightful. Here is a selection of some of my favorites, mostly edited by my camera's whims.... A very large piece by Natalia Tzvetkova. Dragonflies by Uliana Prishina. These two lovelies by Marina Kaigorodova. City and Citizens by Tamara Gromova. This quartet is Dancing Continents by A. Nikulina. Siesta by Nina Lapteva. Malachite Fairytale by Natalya Loseva. Seed - My Family by Taisia Zotova. Homeland by Taisia Zotova. Bird Bazaar by Eugenia Dvoretzkaia. And this is a most amazing detailed sketch that I could not get a good close up of by Tatiana Bodreeva called Silver Morning.

8 comments:

Joyce said...

They are all beautiful but I totally love the dragon fly one. I am inspired!

Kristin L said...

Thanks for sharing. I was gong to say which were my favorits, but then i realized that would be all of them: the dragonflies, the folkloric ladies, the citizens, teh family, .......

Lynn said...

What an array of beauty here. I do love those cheerful ladies.
Thanks for sharing.

Deborah Boschert said...

Simply stunning. What an inspiration.

Karen L R said...

Wow! What a treat these photos are, Natalya! I just got back from 6 weeks in VT and I look forward to catching up with all your summer postings!

norma said...

Some pretty amazing work there. They must be some group! Thanks for all the Russia photos. I've been enjoying them immensely.

ever jeanne said...

these are lovely - what a treat. for you and for us.

AlessandraLace said...

I would like to be artistic!I am just a beginner.compliments for your blog and your amazing works.thank you for sharing. hugs