Thursday, February 26, 2009

Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival

This morning I was delighted to find out that The Gathering (pictured in my last post) won Best Use of Color in the wallhanging category at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival. Last month it was photographed for the 2010 Martingale calendar of quilts from the fall IQA show, so it's been traveling quite a bit. The calendar will be coming out later this year, and I can't wait to see it.

I've been working on an article for Quilting Arts, and submitted some potential ideas for the Quilting Arts Gifts issues, so we'll see how that goes. I wrote an article for the Winter 2008 issue of Machine Quilting Unlimited, and Sarah did a great job of blogging about that issue here.

Verizon came through our neighborhood a few weeks ago to lay cable for FiOS. There was ice on the ground, and they marked where they needed to dig with a brilliant orange paint. I took some pictures of the paint on the ice, as it created an other worldly effect (IMHO). This photo was not manipulated at all, other than to change the size.

5 comments:

Sue Reno said...

Hey Diane, congratulations! Validation is always a good thing. It's a beautiful quilt.

Liz said...

Yeah - congratulations! I love your quilts - you deserve all that praise.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!!!
Jolene

peaceliving said...

You're right...that effect is gorgeous!

Gail Myrhorodsky said...

Your images are stunning! I particularly like the orange ice fungus. Amazing!
Gail