-Carol Morrissey-

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Quilt Crawl at the Dallas Museum of Nature and Science

The hair on my arms stood up the first time I saw my quilts hanging at the Dallas Museum of Nature and Science. When I was a child, my parents would bring me to Fair Park to visit this museum, which at that time was called the Museum of Natural History, if I recall correctly. The building is so familiar to me, and walking up that staircase, running my hand along that cool, smooth metal banister, well, it was a wonderful feeling of deja vu. And to imagine that I would someday have my work hanging there...it just wasn't something I could have imagined.


I spent last Saturday at the museum, talking with visitors, many of whom were participants in the first of three Quilt Mania II Quilt Crawls (http://www.quiltmania.org/). Eighteen Dallas-area venues are participating in Quilt Mania II and you can check the web site for locations and schedules. Here are a few photos from my visit on Saturday.





4 comments:

Hello, My Friend! said...

Spectacular! Congratulations. We haven't been yet... but I'm looking forward to seeing all your quilts hanging in one place.

Cynthia Wenslow said...

Gorgeous work! Thanks for posting the link on QA.

Ruthie Powers said...

Carol, how marvelous. Your story about the museum gave me chills. And seeing the photos with the large flowers-WOW.

Stay warm tonight.

Tonya Littmann said...

Wow Carol! It's so impressive to see them all at once! Congratulations!