From the 21st till 24th of March the international Patchwork exhibition was held in Sitges. Again a high quality of exhibits was presented.
Peter Hayward fabulous precise Fabric Art works, returned after 8 years to Sitges. together with Ximo Navarro he exhibited his finest works.
Impressive was the work of a Japanese lady Rumiko Frydl , miniature quilt works , not larger then 50 x 50 cm,
Betty Busby and her sister from New Mexico presented their Fabric Art. they make their fabrics themselves, with the use of stencils and sun drying process. Although living in the desert , their theme was deep see animals. Highly decorative.
One section with vintage quilts from between 1790 and 1870 owned by Christopher Wilson-Tate and English collector of quilts.
A better word for Patchwork would be Fabric ART – Creating an art work out of fabric shows the creativity and craftsman’s ship of the artists.