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Friday, November 7, 2008

Remember "Night Owl"? She's to be Shown!



My tree quilt done for the Around The World in 20 Quilts first challenge, which I named "Night Owl", will be shown at the Vacaville Art's League Art Gallery starting tomorrow. The show called "Nature's Bounty" runs for a month and a half.

13 comments:

Chris' Shady Grove said...

simply beautiful!

Lynn said...

Thank you Chris, I'm glad you like her. ;-)

Kayla coo said...

Wonderful work Lynn a painting in fabrics.x

Lynn said...

Yes, taken from a painting by Cris An Artist in Oregon from the gift painting she gave me this summer!

I have an award for you and for Chris of Shady Grove in my other blog: Lynn Getting My Feet Wet.

mayaluna said...

It's really stunning! Glad it's being appreciated. I'm about to hop over to your new etsy shop and give you a heart:)

mayaluna said...

Maybe I misunderstood...:) either way, you know I love what you create! My brains a bit foggy... lack of sleep from staying up with a feverish child... for days! Have a sweet one.

corryna said...

That is wonderful Lynn!

Corryna

p.s. Could you send me your home address please. I would like to send you a card.

seth said...

Congrats! This is really nice. I especially like how the leaves drape over the border. Thanks also for your comment on my blog!

Steve Emery said...

Lynn - This is beautiful, and how interesting to come over here for the first time and find your bird in the trees just after I was reading all the comments on my bird in the trees. I particularly love the way the leaves are not all bound by the quilt, not just engaging the edge, but stepping over it...

laura west kong said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! My daughter sewed a few blocks together at age 5 but it took til age 7 to really get the concentration to see a project through to the end.

What a beautiful quilt! And your memorial quilt and granddaughters' art quilts are so precious as well.

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acereta said...

Your quilts are so beautiful. I love this owl and the portrets are amaizing. I'd live to learn quilting, hope one day to start.

Lynn said...

Thank you all for coming here and leaving such wonderful feedback regarding my art quilts. I am deeply touched to read these words of praise. I hope you will come again and again.