Wow, today is Halloween already. October just flew by didn't it? Some absolutely gorgeous days. The foliage here was wonderful. The views from my studio still are lovely. I have been so very busy getting ready for the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show November 6-9. It is hard to believe that it is finally almost here. My studio is so full of the new quilts I made for Philly, it will be hard to choose which ones to bring and which ones to hang in my booth.
"Night sky" is definitely going.
|night sky--45x45"--quilt--Ann Brauer|
I love "modern red".
|modern red--92x108"--quilt--Ann Brauer|
But doesn't "colors of summer" also deserve its day in the sunshine, so to speak?
|colors of summer--40x55"--quilt--Ann Brauer|
And of course my new table runners--or are they wall hangings?
|long table runner--12x72"--quilt--Ann Brauer|
Well I guess that is what they call, high class worries, isn't it?
But before I leave this week-end in West County is the 20th annual Cider Days. And tomorrow is an Art Walk in Shelburne Falls I will be open Saturday until at least 7 and Sunday until 5 so drop by and say hi. Wish me safe travels and tell me which quilts I should definitely bring to Philly.
Later in the month I will be working in the studio getting ready for Moonlight Magic, CraftBoston and the Artrider Morristown Holiday Show but more of those later. I do hope I will see some of you there. Meanwhile do enjoy the beauties of late autumn and the hauntingly rich colors of the oak leaves. For those who want more information on the Philly show www.pmacraftshow.org I am Booth 315.