Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum

Hello everyone.   A few weeks ago, Joe and I were headed west on I-70 to go to the hot springs in Glenwood Springs.   I knew that the museum has recently moved, and I was anxious to go check out the new space.   

There were two exhibits running at the time, “SAQA: Under the Western Sun” and “Buffalo Bill: Quilting the Wild West”.

Both exhibits were fantastic, and I thought I’d share a few photos of some of the works that caught my eye…   I hope you enjoy, and if you can, the exhibit runs through July 22, 2017.   

“Bye, Bye Buckaroos: Vanishing West Series” by Theresa L Fleming – Parker, Colorado
“Longhorn Bull” by Heather Cotterman – Elizabeth, CO
“Boot Quilt” by Rebecca Schwartz – Niwot, CO
“Fertile Hills” by Jean Herman – Denver, CO
“On Dahlias” by Shannon M. Conley – Moore, OK
“Larger Than Life” by Carol Kolf – Sheridan, WY
“Canyon Wrapped in Starlight” by Melody Money – Boulder, CO
“Golden Canyon” by Vicki Conley – Ruidoso Downs, NM
“Remembering John Denver/Fire in the Sky” by Char D. Punke – Albuquerque, NM
I hope this small glimpse of the show, will entice you to go see the full exhibit.   More information can be found at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum website.  

Thanks for stopping by, and happy quilting to you!

Fellow Quilter,

Brian

4 thoughts on “Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum

  1. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing this glimpse! Will try to get there, looks amazing! All the best to u and Joe! Happy quilting! gabi

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  2. Thank you Brian for once again providing quilting links. We seldom get back to Colorado anymore but if we do, I must stop at the museum. So many wonderful ideas in tones and colors I appreciate. Seems like back here in Missouri, everyone prefers pastels but I miss those rich earth tones. Of course I’m looking forward to checking out this year’s High Plains Quilting reviews when the Gazette arrives.

    1. Hi Donna. Thanks again for your kind words. I’m glad your like what I’m posting, and glad that you also follow the Quilts of the Plains happenings in the Wray Gazette. Hope you can come back and visit the area again sometime soon.

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