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1994 Indiana State Winner; The Charm of Impressionism.
Marlene Brown Woodfield's 1994 Indiana State Winner, "The Charm of Impressionism"

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The quilt you see here, made by Marlene Brown, was the 1994 Indiana State Winner of the Lands' End Quilt Contest. She describes her quilt: "This is my interpretation of Frederick Carl Frieseke's impressionistic oil painting 'Lady in a Garden.' . . . This is a contemporary charm quilt. This quilt has 906 different fabrics with no fabric used twice." In this case, the winning quilt is a modern version of a classical painting. If you were to make a quilt, what would it look like?
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