As always, because CTFAC is composed of such a diverse group of talented individuals, the reveal was exciting and the quilts were all very different from one another. Some members added beads and paint, others used tulle to create shadows and water effects. Everyone added their own distinct pattern of stitching to the pieces.
|Rosalind Spann's Grey Matter|
|Carol Eaton's work with Antonia Torres looking on|
|The assemblage, lower right work of Mary Lachman|
All of the Grey Matter Challenge pieces will be exhibited at our next show at the Duncaster Center in Bloomfield next month. The "Spring Thaw" exhibit will be at the Duncaster March 1 to March 28, 2014. The opening reception is Sunday, March 2nd from 4:00-5:30 p.m.
|CTFAC members in 2014 from left to right and first row to second: Antonia Torres, Diane Cadrain, Karen Loprete, Christina Blais, Wanda Seldon, Carol Vinick, Carol R. Eaton, Mary Lachman, Rosalind Spann|