I mostly just photographed the quilts from across the room. Downstairs, the quilts are in a salon-like setting with a fireplace, grand piano, and window drapes, but lots of room to move around.
Don't forget to go upstairs to see the rest of the exhibit.
In the showcase display is this lovely arrangement of semi-sheer circles representing harmony.
The Page-Walker is an elegant old building that once was a railroad hotel. I love to see what is blooming in the gardens and grounds, and also check out the sculptures and other interesting features of the gardens.
I noticed information about the Pollinator Garden. It is an effort by the Cary Woman's Club, the Cary Garden Club, Friends of Page-Walker, and the town of Cary. It is to encourage pollinators such as butterflies, bees, birds, and more.
This large sculpture is called Child's Play, Revisited.
They have opened up an area beside the Page-Walker where there is a small stage, open grass for a concert area, a pond with fountains, and beautiful landscaping.
There are some historic buildings such as the old smoke house from the Page-Walker.
I have seen this horse sculpture before, but I think he has been moved to this strategic location next to the small stage area.
I always enjoy a visit to the Page-Walker...and when there is a quilt exhibit as well, it makes for a nice day.