Exhibiting in Albany!

WA Inspired Art Quilters, of which I am a member, are presently exhibiting their quilt set ‘Noongar Country, Wetland Glimpses’ at the Museum of the Great Southern, Albany. The group was offered more space than needed, so I was offered the chance to also hang my six Aboriginal Culture quilts. They are in a small, well-lit room with a slideshow prepared by Meg Cowey playing continuously, showing wetland scenes and wetland themed quilts. So I am smiling. I took the opportunity while in Albany this week to visit the Aboriginal fish traps (weirs) near there–4500 years old. Amazing, and I am doubly pleased since fish traps are mentioned on one of my quilts.DSC08084

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One thought on “Exhibiting in Albany!

  1. So pleased to hear about your exhibition, Pat. And your chance to see the fish traps, which most of us would never have known about. Suzanne

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