There were a number of special featured quilters at this show.
One of the featured quilt artists was Danny Amazonas.
These were all what I would call "Art Quilts".
Some were bits and pieces of fabrics, cut, fused, and top-stitched.
Some were pieced.
Here is a close-up of a chin and neck area. Title, Mother and Child.
Lots of little scraps in this one.
This one named "Star I"
this one pieced ... named "Breeze I"
There was one of a group of dogs and an elephant, and a child.
Maybe you have seen his work before but if not, this should give you an idea.
Another featured quilter was Anna Dolanyi from Hungary "with 50 quilters".
These were part of that exhibit
Many items were in blue and white with Hungarian motifs.
This one named "Applique from Buzsak" by Molnar Janosne.
"Blue and White Flowerwreath" Bogdan Erzsebet-Szabo Miklosne.
"Stove in Embroidery" Csillaghegyi Oltogetok.
"Ancentress" Jofoldine Fejes Edit.
"Little Peacock" Gelencserne Lazarovits Klara.
"Hungarian Jugs" Csillaghegyi Oltogetok.
And a few quilts by other well known quilters,
This one by Yoko Saito
There are still a few more pictures in my camera to share.
One exhibit was titled in Japanese ... roughly translated "The thing I Like".
I recognised a quilt by Ms. Kuroha but other names were all in Japanese.
My apologies to anyone to whom I may not respond to comments. With this change by blogger, the comments no longer come to my e-mail and after trying a number of suggestions, I have not been able to answer other than by going back to the comment on the post. As you may know, all the comments one gets do not come at the same time or even on the same day. That means taking lots of time to go back over former posts to check. I tried making a comment and then checking the little box to get comments but that did not work. About time I had a visit from my guru son.
Meantime I will be out in the woods with the Scouts. No internet connection there. Knives ... leatherwork ... and lots of nature. The silkworms ... all but six of them ... have begun their cocoons.
That figures now that mulberry leaves will be easier to find, and I won't need to gather them any more.