Here I am in front of my quilt yesterday.
My quilt is called Sunken Treasure and is about a shipwreck that becomes an artificial coral reef.
|Sunken Treasure ©2019 Linda Steele|
The winner was Linden Lancaster with her quilt Run the Fire and it is certainly a worthy winner.
|Run the Fire by Linden Lancaster|
|Run the Fire detail|
Next to my quilt was Sue de Vanny's gorgeous quilt, I think we were put together because of the underwater theme.
|Danseurs de Meduses by Sue de Vanny|
What a beautiful quilt! Here is a detail photo. The top is quite heavily thread painted and the jelly fish frill underneath is 3D.
|Danseurs de Meduses detail|
The winner of the Best use of Colour Award went to Michelle Mischkulnig for Change Born on the Breeze. Her quilt was about the changing seasons.
|Change Born on the Breeze by Michelle Mischkulnig|
Karen McGregor from the Waverley Art Quilters entered a quilt about a little rock wallaby, he was done in wool and looked so soft.
|Rock to Rock-Wallaby by Karen McGregor|
Here is a closer picture of the dear little wallaby
A small quilt caught my eye, it had lots of detail.
|Moths Flight by Bree Thomas.|
The exhibition is on at the Box Hill Town Hall on Whitehorse Road, Box Hill. Victoria, Australia.
Free admission and open until the 21st December, so there's still plenty of time to get there.
Bye for now,