Perhaps the most spectacular pieces in the show were two quilts by Arturo Alonzo Sandoval, the longtime fiber art star who teaches at University of Kentucky. He was a pioneer in using unorthodox materials in traditional woven and quilted forms -- his specialty is shiny and translucent or transparent stuff such as microfilm and Mylar. The big quilts on display here feature holographic film, which glowed and shimmered, changing color as you looked from different angles.
One of the more provocative works (no pun intended) was this stitchery on top of a photo.
I liked this knitted work.
Finally, here's a view of my quilt, Postage 4: Spaghetti Sauce, which was hung in the middle of the room instead of against a wall, which I had intended. The "postage stamps" cascaded down and pooled on the floor, and the spaces around the "stamps" allowed you to see through to the other side. An unexpected and pleasant surprise.