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Welcome to the Quilt GalleryFeatured Artist

Rita Denenberg

Rita DenenburgRita says "One can never have enough resources!"

A professional quilter with quilts shown throughout the US and Japan she is a self taught quilter after having seen a Georgia Bonesteel quilting show on PBS TV about 12-13 yrs. ago. She has been sewing since age 5 and is a retired artist (also self taught), retiring after developing allergies to the art mediums. Quilting enabled her to combine my sewing and art skills. She did teach for a while but presently lectures and does seminars on quilting.

Some of Rita's awards were at the AQS, The Great American Quilt, Quilter's Heritage, Silver Dollar City shows. She has also had articles on quilting and/or quilts in Quilter's Newsletter, Quilt Magazine, Patchwork Quilts and is featured in several books featuring quilts such as "Florida Quilts"and "Great American Quilts"


"Dancin At The Ritz"

An Art Deco quilt, was not designed at the computer. Not being a large quilt, it was executed in a week and a half for competition at an Art Center in Palm Beach FL. It is machine appliquéd with a satin stitch and machine quilted with fabrics of cotton, satin and lame. It took Best of Show.

Victorian Delight©

Victorian delight
Rita says "The quilt is called "Victorian Delight©" and was designed after seeing some antique lace. It was designed on the computer. Designing with a computer is the most fun one can have seeing the quilt before one starts to sew it." Rita owns several of the quilt design programs and Corel Draw and uses all to design her quilts. The quilt she working on now -"It began with Eve-or We Are Connected by One Rib" was done on Corel. Rita says "One can never have enough resources!"

Osceola Revisited

Osceola RevisitedRita says of this quilt "Since my 1st Osceola quilt is now in the permanent collection in The Museum of Florida History in Tallahassee, FL., I decided to make another one. This one was made 10 Yrs later after the original. It is machine appliquéd and quilted. "

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