By Bronwyn and Bianca Hill.
It's called "Hollywood."
Another section of the show was devoted to Tutors' Quilts.
This one was called "Transitions" by Carol Taylor.
The detail and planning that must have gone into this beauty is mind boggling. Makes all my work seem so simple and amateur. I guess that I am also pretty impatient. I rarely plan, because I have so much trouble envisaging the big picture.
Valarie Robinson looked at her topic, "Homage to Federation" a little creatively and made this:
There were a few 12" quilts that I passed rather quickly but then when I saw them from a distance they really caught my eye.
Alvena Hall stitched, blockprinted, photo transferred, and used shibori as techniques to make "Ribbon Rock" and "Dickensonia"
And this very beautiful log cabin 12" byJudy Hooworth called "Black Water". It's printed, dyed and stitched.
There was more, of course but I'm running out of blog time.
Maybe another post tomorrow with the rest of the day's events.