Thursday, April 14, 2011

A Pieceful Life

This exhibition will soon be on show in Ballarat.
It's going to be amazing!
A "peaceful" life is what I aspire to, however a "pieceful" life sounds just as good to me.
If you love quilts and quilting, or if you just want to see what one amazing lady can achieve when passion is involved,
put this date in your diary, and make the effort to get to Ballarat and Space 22.
-All the quilts are hand quilted-
Various quilts have featured at:
Tokyo Quilt Show,
World Quilt Show: New Hampshire, USA
Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza: Oaks, Pennsylvania
Pacific Quilt Festival: Santa Clara, California
World Quilt Show – Florida: West Palm Beach, Florida
Greater Chicago Quilt Exposition: Schaumberg, Illinois

There will be quilts for sale. This quilter is a local talent.
May 5-22 is when you can catch this exhibition.
Come and support Maria, and marvel in quilt heaven.


Diane at My Cottage Garden said...

Sounds like you'll have a wonderful time at this quilt show. My Mom made wonderful quilts in her younger days. I have several in my home and I love them all.

Anonymous said...

Looks wonderful!

Liz said...

Date in the diary and the calendar in my phone, with an alert to remind me I might say! Thanks Annie for the heads up...

Chocolate Cat said...

I have popped it in the diary , thanks!

ozjane said...

Curiosity killing the cat's mum here.....what is the pale blue in the first photo. I looks like an unusual Hyacinth
Hyacinths SquillScilla hyacinthoides that was advertised in Tesselaars catalog and I resisted....said it would naturalize in a lawn.
had not seen it before.

JB said...

Wish I was closer, it sounds wonderful. Your photos today are just spectacular.

Anonymous said...

Wish I was closer, it sounds wonderful. Your photos today are just spectacular.

Erica said...

This quilt show looks great. A bit far for me to travel, but I hope you have great fun there.

What are those blue-ish flowers in front the statue? They make a fab impact. x

Annie said...

Blue flowers in front of the statue are common old Lavender. They are very effective and looked fantastic. This was a garden in Tasmania I went to visit with a friend. Annie

picciolo said...

you'll have to take some pictures for those of us too far away to go!

blandina said...

Yes, please, take plenty of pictures for us who live on the other side of the world.