Saturday, March 26, 2011

red & white

I had a very hard time editing the gazillion photos I took....kudos to the design team who dreamed up this wonderful visual feast! Run don't walk (if you can) to see this gift to NYC, it's up only until March 30th. Click on my photos to see a larger versions.

14 comments:

Jamie Fingal said...

Thank you so much for the visual of all of these amazing red and white quilts. So beautiful and I love the way they are hung so artfully. I am so jealous, as I would love to be there just to see it in person.

Gerrie said...

I wish so much that I could see this exhibit. Your photos are fantastic.

Jeannie said...

Thank you for the wonderful photos. I love how the quilts are displayed. I also wish I could jet to NYC to see this. Amazing. Thanks again.

Valerie Kamikubo said...

Wow! Thanks for posting these Natalya! You got some really amazing photos from great perspectives.

ann said...

Thanks,
Wish I could see it in person. However, since I can't I really appreciate your photos. It looks very overwhelming.

ann said...

I mean overwhelming is a good way.

Elizabeth said...

Oh thank you so very much for sharing your glorious photos with us!!! I do so wish that I could see this show- what an amazing display and so wonderfully hung!!!!

sukipoet said...

beautiful. have you always lived in NYCity?? I thought you lived outside of NY City somewhat, even upstate. What an exciting place to live.

lyric said...

Ah if only....
Thanks for posting shots of what looks like an absolutely spectacular exhibit!

Rose Hughes said...

you are right - what a feast!!!! thanks ever so much for sharing this with us all...

Gina said...

These are wonderful! Thank you for posting your fabulous photos of a great show. Wish I was in NY to visit it in person.

Kristin L said...

Thank you for sharing! I keep seeing photos of this show and it looks fantastic! I love the hanging -- it looks "infinite" in itself. And thank you too for including a red and white pineapple log cabin quilt for me!

Melanie said...

I saw this today (the last day) -- wowzer. It was wonderful to me to see all that handwork.
And the ex-stagehand who lives inside me was very interested in the tubes used as hanging rods as well.

joanell said...

Jamie shared your photos - they are wonderful and I am so sorry I didn't know and didn't have the grit to come to NY and see this exhibit. thank you for sharing.