The National Quilt Show in The Delaplaine Arts Center in Frederick, MD.

Whew! Summer flew! I was very busy as you have read on previous blog postings. This past week Diane Doran and I drove to the Delaplaine Art Center in Frederick MD and judged a National Show. About a month ago Diane and I got together in my studio and we picked 38 pieces out of 77 entries to be hung and juried. A few days before the opening we went out to the Arts Center and we judged the show.  The list below is who got in and who won. You would think I would have taken pictures of all of them – but DAH! I did not! I only have one of Linda Strowbridge.  I bought the Best in Show quilt – “Welcome” by Jolles,  and forgot to get pix! Double DAH! The National Show is Frederick MD at The Delaplaine Art Center – it is a must see! It was very well hung and great fiber art!

The National Delaplaine Quilt Show

Strowbridge – The Hapless Super’s Tenement House – $500 award for Best Art Quilt

Boschert – Spontaneity and Stability : Honorable mention Art Quilt

 

Moury – Pickin Poisies –  $500 award for Best Traditional

Howell – My Cup Runneth Over :Honorable mention – Traditional

Jolles – Welcome : $1000 award for Best in Show

Lindas quilt

  Linda Strowbridge – The Hapless Super’s Tenement House – Winner of Best Art Quilt

Pictured: Linda Strowbridge, Diane Doran and Debra Gabel

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Virginia Rose Kane
    Sep 14, 2011 @ 18:58:04

    Thanks for the post! It’s a great exhibit. Thank you for your hard work! Congratulations to the winners. It must’ve been a very difficult decision.

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