Modern Design Lab

MDL Quilt Invitational Online Gallery

The Modern Design Lab Quilt Invitational Exhibition has opened. While the exhibit is planned to open for in-person appointments on June 17th, you can view the online gallery on the Greenville Center for Creative Arts website now! The MDL Quilt Invitational will be on display in the gallery and virtually through July 29th, 2020.

Mill Challenge Collage

Mill Challenge Collage

Mill Challenge Collage Makers

Top Row (L-R): Cheryl Brickey @meadowmistdesigns, Connie Griner @gynconnie, Faye Jones @fayejones4444
Middle Row (L-R): Yvonne Fuchs @quiltingjetgirl, Paige Alexander @quiltedblooms, Valorie Kasten
Bottom Row (L-R): Sylvia Schaefer @flyingparrotquilts, Cindy Lammon @clammon, Travis Seward @travlis

More than anything, I am excited to see and be able to share the collage of all of the Mill Challenge mini quilts that were created. It is amazing to see such variety from a single inspiration photograph.

To view the Main Gallery exhibit in-person you must schedule an appointment. Appointments open on June 17th and times are limited to Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 2pm – 5pm from then on, as well as June 26th 6-9 pm and July 24th 6-9 pm. A maximum of only 10 visitors may visit the gallery at one time and groups no larger than 5 can set an appointment at one time.

Exhibiting Artists

MDL Members
Paige Alexander @quiltedblooms
Cheryl Brickey @meadowmistdesigns
Yvonne Fuchs @quiltingjetgirl
Faye Jones @fayejones4444
Valorie Kasten
Cindy Lammon @clammon
Travis Seward @travlis

Invited Quilters
Jack Edson @jack14075
Connie Griner @gynconnie
Sylvia Schaefer @flyingparrotquilts
Michelle Wilkie @ml_wilkie

7 thoughts on “MDL Quilt Invitational Online Gallery

  1. patty says:

    These are all so great!

  2. Sue MacLeod says:

    Love this online gallery!

  3. Rochelle Summers says:

    Thank you for the link. I found the quilts to be wonderful interpretations of subjects, shapes and designs. I hadn’t realized how much I’ve missed the opportunity to “wander” through an exhibit, read the explanations and just enjoy the colors and creativity.

  4. Mona says:

    Yes, thank you for posting this link. Thoroughly enjoyed the whole presentation with my morning coffee. Not quite as wonderful as seeing the quilts in person, but a lovely start to my day.

  5. So much fun having this virtual tour! I wish I could see them in person; I love the variety of interpretations. It really is amazing to see what one person chooses to emphasis over another!

  6. How great to see all these together – each so intriguing!! Thanks for sharing them.

  7. Anja @ Anja Quilts says:

    Glad that we can view online. I’ll take some time this weekend to go through.

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