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The Boys are back in Town & The David Taylor Solo Exhibit

Feb 3, 2020 - Apr 25, 2020

  • Image Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum
    200 Violet Street, Suite 140, Golden, CO 80401
  • Image Price: Adults: $8, Seniors 65+: $7, Students & Military w/ID: $7, Children under 6: Free
  • Image From: 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
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Celebrating the 15th Biennial Exhibit of quilts made by men, The Boys are Back in Town, showcases the variety, talent and passion of these dynamic quilters. Quilts range from traditional to modern style quilts, as well as engaging art quilts where their expertise in hand quilting, embroidery, applique and use of tulle shines. The quilters’ use of color and technique ranges from vibrant to subtle, denim to silk. Imagination is evident, where manhole covers, argyle, angels, and bottles of beer are explored. This is a “must-see” exhibit!


David Taylor joins us in the Northeast Gallery for his second solo exhibit, which includes many quilts on loan from various owners around the country. His most popular quilts on exhibit include Maynard, Sally at the Window, and Beneath my Wing. Also on display is a collage wall quilt entitled, Rocky Mountain Scrapbook, which David created as a fundraising raffle quilt for the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum.


Some facts about the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum:
--The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum was incorporated as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in 1982; RMQM opened in 1990 in downtown Golden, Colorado, with a gift of 101 quilts from the personal collection of Eugenia Mitchell, the Museum’s founder.
--RMQM was the third quilt museum in the United States in 1990 and is now one of eleven dedicated quilt museums in the country.
--RMQM has a global reach welcoming visitors from 6 continents, multiple countries and each of the United States.
--Two galleries host 8 exhibits a year—showcasing over 250 quilts, historical and contemporary art quilts from the museum’s collection, as well as quilts by national and regional quilt artists. Exhibitions range from traditional to contemporary, each with a unique style and theme.

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