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Sacred Threads Quilt Exhibit





"A Poppy for Mother"
Karen Ponischil; Charlotte, NC


The Sacred Threads Travel Exhibit was displayed at the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Hayesville, NC in May, 2016.  The display of art quilts explore themes of joy, inspiration, spirituality, healing, grief, peace and brotherhood.  The exhibit is staged in Herndon, VA in odd numbered years.



                                                    "Aspen IV-Sunny Day"
                                           Dorothy Raymond; Loveland, CO


"War in Black & White"
Deb Cashatt & Kris Sazaki,
Cameron Park, CA

"Let Justice Roll Down Like Water"  Kit Tossmann; Louisville, KY
"Fiery Shield"
Marianne Williamson; Miami, FL
"Swan Song"
Sally Wright; Los Angeles, CA

"Hallelujah"
Jane Bachus; Paradis Valley, AZ
"Joy"
Judy Warner; Victor, NY

"Hope & Love"
Yvonne Porcella; Modesto, CA

Comments

magnoliasntea said…
Wow, gorgeous quilts! I love the Hallelujah quilt. :)
Have a great week!
Toni
Susie Swanson said…
These are so beautiful Brenda and such a nice post. I didn't know about this exhibit and would love to see it in person. Thanks so much for sharing with us.
I love your photos. So colorful and inviting.
Connie said…
Wow, these quilts are beautiful! They are amazing works of art. I love the swans and the one that looks like a stained glass window.
Oh, how very pretty and inspirational! Thank you for sharing them.
How beautiful and what amazing and inspirational talent!! They are truly pieces of art!!
TexWisGirl said…
beautiful creations. loved the aspens.
HOOTIN ANNI said…
Oh my goodness....these are QUILTS!?!! What artistic talents to be sure.
Janet, said…
Wow! What beautiful quilts. Such talented quilters.

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