DARE TO DIFFER EXHIBITION 2015, Adelaide, Australia

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What is “Differ to Differ”?

  A small group came together in South Australia more than 20 years ago with the aim of promoting and showcasing contemporary art quilts in this state. The first exhibition was held at the Megaw and Hogg and then it has been held at Prospect Gallery and recently at Gallery M, Marion. “Dare to Differ” exhibitions are held bi-annually. The interpretation of the quilts is left to the quilt maker.  Contemporary quilt makers are encouraged to extend their horizons, leaning more to the Visual Arts and “Dare to Differ”.

The exhibition is open to ALL quilt makers within Australia. We have hoped that by opening entries to interstate contemporary quilt makers we give South Australian quilt makers and the general public the opportunity to view a very high standard exhibition of contemporary art quilts.

This exhibtion runs from October 2 – 31st, 2015

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Mallee 1 Linden Lancaster, 2015

One of my entries in this exhibition is ‘Mallee1’. When some dear friends drove me to Adelaide last year, I had plenty of opportunity to observe and draw (in the back seat of the car). What I saw was miles and miles of Mallee scrub and vast golden paddocks. This work comes from that experience.

 

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Mallee 1, detail

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Mallee 1 detail

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Mallee 1, detail

This is a whole cloth quilt. Painted and stencilled. Hand and machine free embriodery. Freemotioned quilted (the hair on the left is not included!). Can you find the stencil used from a plastic peg basket?

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