I was fortunate to have 2 pieces juried in to the exhibition - this one is hand stitched & called "Tide's Out" - inspiration from low tide in Mousehall in Devon - boats resting on the sand when the tide is out.
This one is called "Jacaranda Time" - inspired by an aerial view of Grafton, NSW at jacaranda time. If you look closely there's a red dot on the artist's statement. Much to my surprise , it was sold - just a tad overwhelmed but extremely happy.
Last Sunday at Scarborough Beach, Redcliffe Peninsula, a Whale Festival was held. Whale migration season will soon be happening so we had face painting, 'real' mermaids and King Neptune himself. It was so windy & cold, we didn't stay for the outdoor movie - you guessed it, "Finding Nemo!"
Queensland Quilters' Art group has generously supplied these canvases for sale at our State of the Art 2018 (SOTA18) exhibition in Boonah, south-west Queensland. Available for $35.00 each at the Gallery if you're travelling that way between 6th June to 15th July.
My contribution to the Qld Quilters' annual Challenge. Fabric is provided - I used it in the large turtles and it has to be cover at least 20% of the front of the quilt. I used a drawing that my niece painted some years ago & used shashiko & perle thread for the quilting. I found out that I was the runner up in the viewers' choice over the 3 days of our Quilt Connect Show - no prize but tickled that people liked it.
Some of the 24 items up for auction in our Silent Auction. All donated by our Qld Quilters' members. Spent the day talking with members from all over south-east Queensland, more of the same tomorrow & Saturday. Lots of smiling faces.