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6-8PM Opening Night Reception at the Quilt Museum

elaborate quilt in browns and blues

The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum is hosting the opening night reception for two new exhibits. Free admission and appetizers. The public is welcome--bring a friend!

Photos, Pixels, & Pizzazz: Carol Bryer Fallert-Gentry
Main Gallery

Carol is internationally recognized for her award-winning fine-art quilts, which have appeared in hundreds of national and international exhibitions, collections, and publications. Honors include 100 Best Quilts of the 20th Century, Silver Star (lifetime achievement) Award, and selection as one of the thirty most influential quilt makers in the world. For 30 years, Caryl traveled extensively, lecturing and conducting workshops for quilt and textile arts groups throughout the United States, and in ten foreign countries. She continues to share her knowledge through her publications and her website.

Appliqué is My Super Power | Joan Duncan
Northeast Gallery

Everyone has something they are really good at, be it sports, cooking, games, decorating, etc. Joan happens to be very good at making quilts, and appliqué in particular. Joan has been making quilts for many years. Her first quilt, made during college in 1972, was of polyester double knit remnants from her Grandma’s scrap bag. Joan is now a scrap quilter 50 years on! Joan is a member of the American Quilt Study Group, and enjoys studying antique quilts and women’s history associated with quilt making. Joan’s favorite techniques are handwork - appliqué, piecing and quilting. She is also skilled with the sewing machine, and does both machine and handwork.