Saturday before we headed out we went by Bush Barn to take another look at the Bits and Pieces show without the crowd…
Here’s Andrea Balosky’s gorgeous Dahlia Rag on the red wall as you come upstairs…
and here are a views round and about…
here’s Ross’ quilt with a detail of the stars…from a flag….
and Kay Worthington’s second quilt
On our way to the beach we drove through Philomath to stop at the Linn/Benton County Museum to see the show of New York Beauty quilts from Portland collector
Bill Volkening’s collection…and this was well worth the stop…
Though this is undeniably a beautiful show, the details amazed me. Most of the quilts are old and the fabrics are wonderful
with amazing hand work
if you’re out and about this show is worth the effort to get there…open until mid-October.
Brilliant. How I wish that I could view this up close and personal. Congratulations for a wonderful show.
I really like the green-orange-cream quilt featured in this photo: https://bonniehull.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/view-toward-srtairs.jpg.
Thanks for sharing the info on the quilt exhibit at the Linn/Benton Museum. Looks like a great reason to drive south!
So you have any close up photos of the dahlia quilt?
Lovely colors and creations! All are very impressive.
Both look like fantastic shows. Looking forward to seeing them!
Thank you, Bonnie, for blogging about my exhibit at the Benton County Museum. It’s been a great experience for me, and I’m glad people have enjoyed it!