Finding Inspiration at the Quilt Show
The Tampa Bay Scrapbooking Guild held a photo walk at the USF Botanical Gardens on Nov. 6 during the annual Quilt show for the Cypress Creek Quilters Guild. The walk was led by Professional photographer Joe Roberts of Roberts Imagery, where he provided valuable instruction and advice on understanding you cameras settings and the circumstances in which to use them. Not only was the walk fun and informative but the quilts were amazing!!!
Here are some that I found inspiration in:
I'll share more pictures from the quilt show in my next post.
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9/27 - "Daring" - Background and clock transparency from Theresa Collins, gear from Tim Holtz, image from AAA magazine, large eyelets from making memories, and title printed on my home computer.
9/28 - "See No Evil" - Background paper from Graphic 45, image from Tweety Jill, titles from Making Memories.
9/29 - "Gear Work Lady" Background printed off the Internet, colored with Distress ink and watercolor, gears from Tim Holtz, image from Tweety Jill, metal jewelry findings from Blue Moon Beads.
9/30 - "Lauren" - Magazine painting - original image from Anthropologie catalog, gesso from Liquitex, painted with Basic acrylic paint.
10/1 "Girl on Embossed Metal" - Metal sheets from Ten Seconds Studio, image from Anthropologie catalog, paint from Basic.
10/5 "Luv U" Background cut from off white linen. Red paper heart stitched with silver metallic thread, image from Tweety Jill, trimmed with lace remnant and buttons from Making Memories
10/6 "I Love Being a Girl" - Background cut from 7 Gypsies tag, image printed from the Internet, title was resin sticker - origin unknown.
10/7 "Star Light, Star Bright" - Background cut from bleached muslin, and then glimmer misted. Image from Urban Outfitters catalog, title written in white Sharpie poster paint pen, stars drawn with Gelly Roll clear star pen.
10/8 "Why More and More Women are Packing Heat" - background from free paper sample from Somerset Memories magazine, image from Urban Outfitters catalog, and title from AAA magazine.
10/9 "You Make my Heart Sing" background cut from free sample paper from Somerset Memories, wings cut from inside liner notes from old CD, plastic heart embellishment from my daughters broken toy necklace, title stamped with mini wooden alpha stamps.
Well that's all I have for today. As always your comments are appreciated so please feel free to drop me a note and let me know what you think. Thanks for stopping by and come back soon.