Sneak Peek: New Art Gallery Fabrics Collections

I’m floored that Art Gallery Fabrics offered to let me share an exclusive sneak peek of their newest collections, which will go on sale to retailers at the upcoming Spring Quilt Market in Minneapolis. Between her zillions of projects, designer Pat Bravo deservedly got to take a vacation to Paris, and it’s this trip that inspired this new batch of fabrics.

First up, Paradise, a modern interpretation of florals inspired by 19th century French chateaus. See more on Pat’s blog. The floral on the lower left is just stunning, n’est ce pas?

Next, Modern Affair, featuring an art nouveau ogee, a geometric take on peacock feathers (I’ve been really into peacock feather designs lately!) and a mixture of hand-drawn, organic, and graphic florals and coordinates. I’m glad she’s further exploring palettes of brights and neutrals that we saw with Naturella.

Next, Oval Elements: A collection of tonal blenders that coordinate with several Art Gallery Fabrics collections. With the on-trend colors I’m sure they will also be great company to many contemporary collections on the market currently.

And finally, there is a fourth collection being released at Spring Quilt Market, but this is all we get to see till then!

Thanks to Pat, Fabiana, and everyone else at Art Gallery Fabrics for sharing these today!

4 Comments

  1. Artist says:

    I just like the color combinations. As being a synesthesian artist I live a life in colors. Synesthesia means that I see colors when I see words and numbers.I transform this in paintings of names and birthdays.

  2. Rachel says:

    I’m so glad you are sharing this fabric. I love the gray accents in the art nouveau design. I can’t wait to get my hands on some.

  3. Kristen says:

    Can I just say how much I love Pat Bravo’s designs? Love. There, I said it. =)

  4. Jan says:

    Love the Oval Elements! Wondering (as always) about the scale.