Member Choice 2019 Challenge Theme
Explanation: Take any NON-CRAFT magazine. Open it to Page 20. Take inspiration for your quilt and SEND RANA (firstname.lastname@example.org) TWO PHOTOS: 1 of the magazine cover and 1 of the Page 20 you are using for inspiration. I will figure out a way to make tags. Don’t spend forever looking for the perfect Page 20. Go with what you see. Could be colors, could be an ad, could be an article, might be a photo—anything on that page from which you can take inspiration.
General rules: Quilts must be no Less than 100” in perimeter. Maximum of 60” on any one side. 4” or larger hanging sleeve required. Label with Title and Artist Name and anything else you wish to add. If Necessary, secure permission for any copyrighted work. Decide if you will send your quilt on tour, and if so, do you want to price it for sale.
Have fun and get busy. The Reveal is at our JUNE 2019 MEETING!
2018 Challenge 'On or Off the Beaten Path' is now ON THE PATH around the state. Please look on the AQM Display page for more details as we get them.
Portland Public Library end of November to early
Yarmouth Historical Society Stonewall Gallery early January 7 to March 4th with Reception on January 18th. 118 Elm Street, Yarmouth
Farmington Public Library early April to the end of May
Depict a road, path, trail, map, line of footprints, aerial view, ground view, etc.
Members choose a challenge theme at the October meeting. The theme is defined among members. The reveal is at the June meeting and revealed to the public during the Maine Quilt Show. After the show the themed quilts travel around the state at various venues, including libraries and galleries.
President: Jane Hann-Morey, contact by email email@example.com
Vice President: Denise Quint
Secretary: Rhoda Libby
Treasurer: Suzie McCormack
Program Committee: Millie Masson, Jane Hann-Morey, Alison Olds, Amy Nichols, Pam Soucy
Challenge Committee:Rana O’Connor
Patchwork Press: Argenta Jeffrey
Website: Pam Soucy
Library: Laura Freeman
Historian: Pam Soucy
The mission of Art Quilts Maine is to support members in their exploration of contemporary quilt art, to inspire creativity and individuality, and to promote the understanding, appreciation, and recognition of contemporary quilters in the state of Maine. These goals will be accomplished by the sharing of member resources, demonstrations and other related activities such as workshops and exhibits. A Chapter of Pine Tree Quilts
New members always welcomed.
Please contact Jane Hann-Morey so we can be prepared for guests and new members. firstname.lastname@example.org