Monday, February 01, 2016

Vitrine sur la Courtepointe Moderne / A Window into Modern Quilting

Our much anticipated showcase of modern quilts is finally on display at the Maison de la Culture Marie-Uguay in Montreal. The vernissage was this past Sunday afternoon, and it completely surpassed our expectations. The quilts look fantastic, the gallery staff did a great job hanging and lighting them and the gallery space was packed with visitors who spent the afternoon enjoying the works and chatting with the quilters. To cap things off, our founding members Cinzia and Josee gave a presentation on the distinguishing characteristics of modern quilting, and walked the audience through the categories that we had explored for this show.

If you weren't able to make it to our vernissage, don't worry... the show is up for the entire month of February so you still have plenty of time to drop by and check it out (admission is free)!


  1. Thans for posting the photos - they are fab.

  2. Gorgeous!!! This is very exciting. We are starting to talk about a show in Vancouver and this is exactly the type of show I envision - a gallery approach instead of the pipe and drape of a traditional show.