Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Dear Bloggers ,

The day of the blog exhibition with my Auckland Quiltmakers group is fast approaching (5th and 6th May). I have compiled notes on each artist which have so far  been chosen by members and then gathered all our interpretations from our postings on the blog. I have carefully labelled everyones piece of work with first names and decided that the format will look like the enclosed photo. The first part is about the artist and I have shown samples of works. The second part shows everyones labelled  piece of work and the third part is my completed quilt.   Each artist and our interpretations will have a similar format .

 If any of you are unhappy about having your work shown in this way please let me know ASAP and I can delete you from the information sheets.

I think it could be a very interesting exhibition and I hope will be enjoyed by everyone who sees it. I am very excited by it all . When the exhibition is up and running I will send you further pictures.
Please email me at roserush@xtra.co.nz if you wish to contact me directly.

(The second picture is a close up of the information sheets .)

Cheers .
Rosemary

       

5 comments:

  1. What a great way to exhibit your work (and ours) and explain the concept behind our group. I feel excited to be included even if it is half way round the world to me. Thank you, Rosemary. I hope there is lots of interest in what we are doing and you get all the compliments you deserve.
    Hilary

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  2. I agree with Hilary. This is quite an honour to be displayed like this, and I appreciate all the work that you've done to create it. I'm delighted to be part of it!

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  3. You have done a great job Rosemary. It all looks fantastic. I am sure it will be thoroughly enjoyed.

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  4. looks wonderful Rosemary! Wish I could be there to see it! Visiting New Zealand is on my bucket list.

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  5. This is a really good way of displaying the work and letting others know about it. You've done a really good job of presenting it, Rosemary.

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