Friends of Colors Lecture
Carolina Oneto, Modern Quilter
When starting a new quilt, do you struggle with choosing colors? Do you often wonder, “Will these colors look good together?” Carolina is a master of quilting in color. Her colorful quilts have been displayed in major shows and have won awards.
The International Quilters Guild is proud to sponsor Carolina Oneto in a vitual lecture about effectively using color in quilts.
In this lecture, Carolina will talk about color theory and how we as quilters can create a color palette following 4 simple steps. Her lecture includes a trunk show and time for questions.
Carolina Oneto is a Textile Artist, Award-winning Quilter, educator and a quilt pattern maker. As an Industrial Engineer her works are inspired by nature, math, science, and music. She studied “Color Interaction” at the Art School of the Universidad Católica de Chile, and from that moment on, color became an important variable when she creates and designs a quilt. She loves to play with color, creating different sequences and interactions with it.
Carolina Oneto’s quilts have been exposed in many Quilt Festivals around the world like Quilt Week (Paducah, Lancaster, Des Moines, Daytona Beach, Grand Rapids, Virginia Beach), Quiltcon, Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, European Carrefour do Patchwork, Fiberart International, Festival do Patchwork Gramado and Floripa Quilt Festival (both in Brazil). Additionally her work has been featured at art centers and galleries in Europe, USA and Chile.
Time: 7:00 PM Eastern, 6:00 PM Central, 5 PM Mountain, 4 PM Pacific (US Time Zones). Convert to your timezone here.
Method: Zoom (instructions for logging on will be sent to you)
Cost: $25 USD