Friday, July 07, 2017

Quilts, Quilts, Quilts!

It is pretty exciting now that the month of July is here!  I have work in three exhibits in different states and I wish I could be there for all three. My first commitment made before any other exhibits popped up was for the Visions Art Museum, and I will be there for the opening weekend!
Opening Reception is Saturday, July 15 from 5-7pm; Artist Walk & Talk is Sunday, July 16 at 11:00am. I have four pieces in the 'Funny Bone' exhibit. I will be at both events!
Fierce Women is part of my four-some of quilts that I have made for this exhibit at the Visions Art Museum
'In Death" at the Wisconsin Quilt and Fiber Arts Museum in Cedarburg. Opening Reception is Saturday, July 15th. Museum Hours are Wed-Sat 10am - 4pm; Sun 12pm - 4pm
My quilt 'moments' about the notes that I wrote in my journal when my mom was in hospice care and dying. I know, cheerful, right? It's really a labor of love to my parents.
The 'threads of resistance' exhibit opens at the New England Quilt Museum, 18 Shattuck Street, Lowell. Opening Reception is Saturday, July 15 at 11:00am. Exhibit runs July 11 to September 9th. There is a book for this exhibit and you can buy it on Amazon here
My quilt '100 Days' of outrage will be part of the exhibit.  You can view all of the quilts in the traveling exhibit here


  1. Each work of art is outstanding! Wish you the best!

  2. Congratulations on having your work featured in three different exhibits in different states, showcasing your dedication to showcasing your art. Your quilts, including "Fierce Women" and "In Death" at the Visions Art Museum, and "Moments" reflecting on your mother's hospice care, showcase the depth and personal connections embedded in your creations. Your quilt "100 Days of Outrage" is part of the "Threads of Resistance" exhibit, engaging with contemporary issues. For those unable to attend in person, the exhibit book on Amazon allows a broader audience to appreciate and connect with your work. Your dedication to your craft and the meaningful stories woven into your quilts are sure to leave a lasting impact on those who have the opportunity to experience them. The simultaneous opening receptions on July 15th must be an exhilarating yet challenging experience. Your quilts tell a unique story, from the empowering "Fierce Women" to the poignant reflections in "Moments" and the socially conscious "100 Days of Outrage." Best of luck with all your exhibits, and may they convey the depth and significance of your quilts to those who have the privilege of experiencing them. estate lawyer near me

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