"Hurricane" by Janneke de Vries-Bodzinga from the Netherlands.
"Petals" by Marcia Baraldi from Brazil.
"Red and Black Illusion" by Kaiko Ike (I think that's the right name, my picture is a little blurry to read the text on the card now.)
"For Ewe" by Janet Henshaw
"Weighed in the Balance" by Marilyn Smith
I don't have a close-up of the name of this quilt or the quilter. :c( It was a beautiful quilt though.
"One Cake, Two Cake, Red Cake, Blue Cake" by Linda Neal. This quilt had a wonderful whimsical feel to it. It was really creative and I loved the different types of quilting on it.
"Byrne's Spiral" by Beth Nuler. There were a fair number of quilts with grey as the background instead of pure white or cream. It was an interesting change to see that type of background.
"Georgia On My Mind" by Diane Evans. Since I'm a music fan, I loved the music symbols surrounding the center section of this quilt.
This next one was the Best of Show. "Stars on Mars" (I can't read the name of the quilter off the picture).
Again, this used a dark background and the quilting detail was fantastic. I'm not surprised one bit that it won Best of Show.
I loved the use of colored thread in the next picture on the border area.
There was also a red and white exhibit (non-judged. The quilt below was "Uneven Nine Patch" by Linda Lasco and quilted by Judi Madsen from Green Fairy Quilts. Judi does fantastic work and this is no exception.
Overall, I really enjoyed the show and it gave me quite a bit to think about in terms of my own quilting and where I want to go with it. Hope you all enjoyed the pictures.
~Sarah at upstateNYCreations