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MAGDALENA BRINER GALLERY (1-9)

 

Image - 1890 Rooster (34 x 47) by Robin Falta

1890 Rooster (34 x 47)

Hooked by Robin Falta

Robin Falta of Cornwall, Vermont, hooked this rug. Robin has used her animals as the “quiet” spot in her rug and placed them on this wonderful colorful background. Her color play is very fun and good.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Mary Kelly

1885 Horses (16 x 47, 19 x 58)

Hooked by Mary Kelly

Hooked by Mary Kelly, Scottsdale, Arizona. I love the way that Mary sort of planted the horses on “grass.” A super look. Thanks Mary.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Marguerite Evans

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Marguerite Evans

Hooked by Marguerite Evans, Liberty, Texas, Marguerite also has a very fun “color brain” and hooks happy, happy rugs. The bright colors are super.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Ann Ray

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Ann Ray

Hooked by Ann Ray, Fredericksburg, Texas. Ann has a very fun “color brain” and a wonderful way with the rugs. The blue and red horses are super.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Anne Jenkins

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Anne Jenkins

Anne Jenkins of Scottsdale, Arizona, hooked this 1885 Horses. Her horses are neat and the reddish flowers in the backgrounds are wonderful. Thanks Anne.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Becky Calderwood

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Becky Calderwood

Hooked by Becky Calderwood of Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. Becky’s center star is a STAR! Her rug is wonderful with the limited colors. Very neat.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Beth Ann Smiley

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Beth Ann Smiley

Hooked by Beth Anne Smiley, of Davenport, Iowa. I love the quietness of this rug. Different from the others in this respect. Very old looking and a wonderful rug.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Bev Cole

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Bev Cole

Hooked by Bev Cole of Centerville, Ohio, is wonderful with the unexpected red background under the left horse. Balances the horse on the right. The soft “penny flowers” are wonderful.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Carol Collin

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Carol Collin

Carol Collin of Goode, Virginia, hooked this rug, and I will say that I LOVE her backgrounds. Really super, the use of the warm taupe colors. Carol started this rug while she was at Green Mountain Rug School.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Crystal Brown

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Crystal Brown

Hooked by Crystal Brown of Washington, Pennsylvania, a very fun lady. Crystal likes lots of color and is very good at making all of her rugs “big time fun.” The play of the reds and pinks in this rug is great.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Dea Olson

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Dea Olson

Hooked by Dea Olson of Topeka, Kansas. The softness of Dea’s background make the rug appear to have much age. Her horses are fun.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Debbie Curry

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Debbie Curry

Hooked by Debbie Curry, Verona, Pennsylvania. This is from an antique rug originally hooked by Magdalena Briner of Perry County, Pennsylvania. A great way to use your leftover wools. Don’t try to “over-plan” this rug.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Dee Ann Bartrug

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Dee Ann Bartrug

Dee Ann Bartrug, Garland, Texas, hooked two wonderful 1885 Horses. Two of my favorite techniques she used here are the Proddy for the flowers and the dates in the bodies of the horses on the right. Super, just super.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Dee Ann Bartrug

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Dee Ann Bartrug

Dee Ann Bartrug, Garland, Texas, hooked two wonderful 1885 Horses. Two of my favorite techniques she used here are the Proddy for the flowers and the dates in the bodies of the horses on the right. Super, just super.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Denise Snavely

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Denise Snavely

Denise Snavely of Zionsville, Indiana, hooked this 1885 Horses, 19 x 58. Denise is “brilliant” with her ability to create an antique rug. The simplicity of this rug is super.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Dixie Coyle

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Dixie Coyle

It is fun to see the different color stories that each hooking artist has used in this rug. However you will notice that many of these rugs have a red horse! Dixie Coyle of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, hooked this rug. I love her weird background above the red horse, which balances the horse on the left.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Evelyn Lawrence

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence

Hooked by Evelyn Lawrence, Hallstead, Pennsylvania. Just a great and simple rug. The background areas are big fun to play with. Either size is a treasure.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Jan Winter

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Jan Winter

Hooked by Jan Winter of Hollywood, California. This rug received Honorable Mention in Celebration of Hand Hooked Rugs XXI. What a GREAT rug – such a different look and just wonderful. Jan’s backgrounds are big time fun – note the way she moved her colors around and ended in the middle with the perfect topping. Thanks Jan.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Jo Ritter

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Jo Ritter

Hooked by Jo Ritter of West Alexandria, Ohio. Jo had a great time with these horses. I love the odd direction of the hooking. Great backgrounds.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Louise Schram

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Louise Schram

Louise Schram, Whitehouse, Ohio, hooked this rug. The gold area under the left-hand horse sparks up the rug while the lightish area in the middle highlights the horses. This rug is wonderful any way you hook it.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Lynn Easton

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Lynn Easton

Hooked by Lynn Easton, Brownsburg, Indiana. I am so excited by the different color combinations of all of these rugs. Just a great rug for color. I love the reds in Lynn’s rug. Sort of “sparky.”

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Mary Lou Mattice

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Mary Lou Mattice

Hooked by Mary Lou Mattice of Oneonta, New York. Wow – what a great three color story. Very simplistic. Just wonderful. The way the red backgrounds melt into one another is neat.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Mary Magnuson

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Mary Magnuson

The balance of the reds in this rug is terrific. Also the use of the blues is perfect. Unexpected and just plain neat. Mary Magnuson, Stillwater, Minnesota, hooked this super rug.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Nova Scott

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Nova Scott

Hooked by Nova Scott, Spotsylvania, Virginia. I love her horses. Very primitive and old. Her background enhances all of the motif colors, and the directional hooking is super.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Pat Freasier

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Pat Freasier

Pat Freasier, Houston, Texas, hooked this rug. Again, unusual color play and a winner. This pattern is so wonderful that you can just about hook it in any color combination. The golds just make this rug come alive.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Patty Rogers

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Patty Rogers

Patty Rogers of Kenmore, Washington, hooked this 1885 Horses. Patty’s horses are FUN, FUN, and FUN! Her rug definitely scrappy and playful. Love the hit n miss area in the bottom right of her backgrounds.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Patty Schroeder

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Patty Schroeder

Hooked by Patty Schroeder while at the Arrow Rock Rug Camp in 2005. Very old and warm. The ring around the lower left posey and the upper right posey is just the right amount of “spark.”

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Renita Geddes

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Renita Geddes

Renita Geddes, Odessa, Missouri, hooked this rug. Renita’s husband, Doug, gave her this rug and the wools for Christmas. She had a fun time hooking her Christmas rug. I like the horses in the different colors. The wool in the one on the left almost looks as if it has been onion skinned. Great glow to it. A great old rug.

 

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Image- 1885 Horses by Weslee Hursh

1885 Horses (19 x 58, 16 x 47)

Hooked by Weslee Hursh

Hooked by Weslee Hursh. Her all blue background is absolutely wonderful. I love her center star also. Weslee is a new hooker and absolutely loves it — her rug is super.

 

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