The One That Didn’t – Niagra Falls

Someone on one of my list-serve emails groups called Quilt National the Holy Grail of the art quilt world. That’s pretty close to true, so it was super exciting to get the news on Monday that one of my quilts was juried into Quilt National 2013.

The exhibition is top-notch, displayed at the Dairy Barn Arts Center in Athens, Ohio, and segments of the show tour to all sorts of places for two years. They also do a really nice book. They also have very strict rules about no publication of work before the opening in May.

So it’s pretty tough for me – who is used to sharing and thriving on feedback – to keep the camera and the internet turned off while I’m working.

But now I can share the one that didn’t get in the show.

This is part of the series, my silly pun on old-fashioned postcards people use to mail from tourist and vacation spots saying “Wish You Were Here!” It’s called, “Niagra Falls – Wish You Were Hair.”

The other one, you’ll have to wait until next May to see it….


10 thoughts on “The One That Didn’t – Niagra Falls”

  1. Congrats, Pam. How many QNs does this make? Loved the one you could show and will be looking forward to seeing The Other next year.

    1. Hi June, I think it’s four. I didn’t get accepted last time around. Thanks, looking forward to showing the real quilt. It’s one of those ideas that I talked about making forever and finally did it. It’s good to have deadline!

  2. CONGRATS on your QN entry!!! Love the Niagara Falls piece- I grew up near there and had to go every time we had out-of-town visitors, never saw much of the romance part. I was always worrying about some kid going over the falls or a guy in a barrel or a Walenda on a tightrope… Anyway I can’t wait to see the Other One of your entries- they are always ‘punny’ and pithy. Love an unveiling! Sandy

    1. Hey Sandy, thanks! I was wondering about the romance part, but then it just got to be too much fun looking at wedding cakes not to do it. Russ did say to put a guy in barrel in the background but the idea makes me hurt. So then I wanted going to put a little silhouette of a tightrope walker in the background but ran out of time. Now that it hasn’t been accepted, I can add whatever I like. Oh yea, I forgot the bouquet she was tossing as she fell!

    1. Hi Judy, glad you’re close enough to see the airport show. That Grand Canyon one is new too, and I haven’t had time to post it on my website. The thing about this series, I don’t think I’m going to run out of cites very soon!

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