|Connie Horne shared with us the book in which two of her quilts appear...|
|"General George Washington Welcomes the|
Services of Slaves and Free Blacks"
|"1968: President Lyndon Johnson|
Signs the Civil Rights Act"
Cotton, fusible web, fabric paint, rhinestones.
|Connie also shared her self-portrait.|
|Elizabeth McInnis shared a Wonky Log Cabin...|
|...and a tree made from crosscut squares.|
|Lori Wisheropp showed us her Dogwoods...|
|and a finished crocheted scarf.|
|Lori also shared an Intaglio print she made years ago,|
and briefly explained the process.
|Kathy Orsburn shared a piece she made at a workshop,|
working from a photograph, one square at a time.
|Sheila Green shared two assemblages; this one titled|
"Mind, Heart and Soul"
|Metal assemblage titled "Caution: Sharp Edges"|
Artist: Sheila Green
|Jan Soules showed us a couple of Happy Villages quilts|
she made at a workshop.
|Artist: Jan Soules|
|Kari Bauer shared some watercolors that she painted at a retreat.|
|Artist: Kari Bauer|
|Watercolor of California Poppies.|