Thursday, September 25, 2008

something to be proud of

I just got home a little bit ago from hanging the exhibit at the American Sewing Expo. (A big thanks to Jackie and Mary for helping so much to get the exhibit up.) I have to say that I am so incredibly proud of how it looks hanging. Every artist involved deserves a big pat on the back!

The exhibit looks stunning, its very powerful and as vendors were walking by as they were setting up their booths, many paused to watch as it was going up. Its a strong statement about how much good there really is in this world.

I can't express how grateful I am to everyone involved for their time and care in helping to make this exhibit a HUGE success!!!

Congratulations everyone - we did it!


Tanguera said...


That looks great. Wonderful job!

Fannie said...

Thanks for all your work, Lynn. It looks great!

Anonymous said...

That wall of quilts is a very creative image of "With One Voice".
Thank you, Lynn!
Now, treat yourself with a nice cup of tea and maybe some chocolate :)

Jeanne Turner McBrayer said...

The display looks fantastic. Great job!

Anonymous said...

The exhibit looks wonderful. Thank you for all you've done to highlight all the wonderful "causes" that we all support. The American Cancer Society is so lucky to have a dedicated artist with this kind of vision supporting them. Bravo!

Virginia Spiegel said...

Lynn - It's a beautiful and powerful exhibit. An added bonus (due to your clever and generous idea of donating all the entry fees) is the contribution of over $1000 to the American Cancer Society through Fiberart For A Cause. A well-deserved well done! to you and all the artists. Virginia

Cathy W said...

This exhibit looks FABULOUS!
Thank you Lynn & your helpers for all the work and dedication.

Thank you to all 93 artists for making our pieces to share and to speak out with solidarity, with conviction, and "With One Voice"!

BLUE said...

wow ... i am so proud to be a part of this and to know that in spite of what we see on the daily news, there is so much *good* going on, too. thanks again, Lynn, (and all fellow quilt artists) for your work and your talents. we really have created something that came from the heart and made a significant impact.

~Cherryl Floyd-Miller

Laura Krasinski said...

Lynn this is sooo cool.. I saw on your website the info for next year and I am totally psyched!!! When Bernie lived here we were good friends.. she is an incredible person and so are you for taking on all this... THanks..

roxanestoner said...

Fantastic display of "With One Voice" with 93 breath behind to help spread the words. Thank you so much for your vision and hard work.