Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Bloom'n Tuesday and More Art from "Quilts of a Different Matter"

Remember this succulent plant and its unusual flower? Well Julie told me it's name. "Old name is: Stapeliad variegata, new name is Orbea variegata". Thank you Julie. She also gave me a link to visit and I share it with you if you want to see more of this variety of unusual flower: Here. And this is what it looks like now. It has gone to sleep...or is dying, I am not sure which. Julie?
I still have more photos to show from the Quilts of a Different Matter show and this one is perfect for Bloomin' Tuesday!
I liked the use of beads for seeds in the center.
It is so precious to me to see how my grand kids showed interest looking at the various art pieces by themselves.
Love how the wall color makes this quilt pop!
Nice mixture of drawing on fabric too...
Doesn't this one make you want to get up and dance with them? Did me!
And here are Kirks nine glass pieces hanging like a quilt.
Oh, and there's one of mine again!
Another Ann Jacob's piece in metals.
And I know Jane Waters put a lot of time into layering this digital piece.
This piece is by Robin Rossi.
I like it very much. Okay, shows over here. It can still be seen at the Lawler House Art Gallery till end of January.
Happy bloomin' Tuesday!


  1. I'm impressed at how well this show was hung. Wonderful pieces again today. Jossie would love those dancing women, and I love the glass pieces. Wow!!
    Thank you Lynn♥

  2. Oh bummer.. the flower is going away. guess it was just a flower. Interesting plants. Love Love Love that sunflower quilt. Lots of pretties here and I do like the wall colors showing them off instead of just white. It's been fun going to the gallery show with you.

  3. Wow, what a coincidence...We have one of those plants too..just been in flower and I've taken photos and was going to ask if anyone knew what it's fantastic isn't it???
    So pleased for you, you're doing SO well!!
    Take care

  4. A fun tour through the Quilts of all sorts. Those dancing women and the one that looks mystical are great.

  5. These are all such wonderful works of art, Lynn. Thanks for sharing them with us.

  6. it's all wonderful and gorgeous and wow - I love that sunflower

  7. Oh, how inspiring, and nice to see an enthralled young person, too

  8. This has got to be the BEST show. I'm still in love with Ann Jacobs. Her quilts are the best! I can't believe how much of this I've missed. I'm still looking and exploring. My week from hades has just gotten worse due to spotty internet problems today. I'm off to see what else I've missed.


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