enough. Drove to NYC on Thursday. Spent the afternoon at the 911 Memorial. I
will post some pictures when I have them downloaded. Friday my daughter, Kate,
and I shopped at City Quilter and walked the Fashion Institute Museum.
The Quilt Museum had an exceptional artist on display. Lisa Call creates bold geometric contemporary textile paintings where color is of primary importance and is combined intuitively, often in unexpected ways, employing a unique palette of cotton fabrics she hand dyes. Her work is abstract but draws elements from
many places: her love of the colors and geological forms of the southwest,
repetition, pattern, and an attraction to human-made structures for containment
such as fences and stone walls. Extensive stitching on the surface adds rich
texture to her finished work. ( Taken from following link: http://www.artquiltgallerynyc.com/The_ArtQuilt_Gallery_NYC/Current_Show.html
The evening was spent at the Barrymore Theater. We saw "Chaplin" It was remarkable. The whole show was stages\d in black and white. Costumes, props, furniture, everything was black white and grey hues. Remarkable. Bob McClure was Chaplin and he was unforgetable, as was the whole cast. it was a wonderful evening. But now we are home, with memories to cherish for ever. Back to QUILTING!!!!!!!