|Publications: Catalogs; Interviews; Author; Magazines,
Books, and Other Media, Reviews,
Small Group Exhibitions
Other Touring Exhibitions
The Quetico Collection, Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada,
Third Place Award - WWW. Northfield Arts Guild, Northfield, MN, 2011
Boundary Waters Norfolk Art Center, Norfolk, NE 2007
Creative Force 2010
Beneath the Surface
A Sense of Place: Artists Working in Series
The Creative Force
Connecting Cultures and Colors: First Kyrgyz-American Quilt Exhibit
The Creative Force
Tied Together: Textile Art in the 21st Century
Changing The World: One Thread At A Time
A Celebration of Quotable Women Artists
Square-Carre-Cuadrado: Women in Textile Art Biennial
Culture and Agriculture
Greater Midwest International Exhibition XV
Digital Quilts?, Valley Fiber Life, 2010.
Karen Stiehl Osborn: A New Direction, Valley Fiber Life, 2010.
What makes a series work? Studio Art Quilt Associates Journal, Vol. 19, No. 1, Winter 2009, pgs. 9,30.
So What, For Me, Makes a Series Work? Contemporary Quilt, Newsletter of Contemporary Quilt Special Interest Group of the Quilters' Guild of the British Isles. Vol. 2, No. 19 July 2008, pgs.10 - 12.
Screen Printing Techniques and Inspirations. Fibre&Stitch. No. 4, May 2008, pgs. 69 - 74.
Art, Nature, Creativity, Life, an eBook fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.
From Studio Journal to Art Quilt. Fibre&Stitch. No. 3, 2008.
The Garbage Day Project Garbage, Art and Recycling Blog. 2006-2008.
Re-start your art through an artist’s residency. Studio Art Quilt Associates Journal, Summer 2007.
Variations on a Theme: Printing and Using Tissue Paper in Collage. Cloth Paper Scissors, No. 11, March/April 2007, pgs. 14-17.
A Conversation Among Friends (Art book). Cloth Paper Scissors, No. 8, Fall 2006, pgs. 60-65.
Fiberart For A Cause: Fundraising, Building Community and Promoting Fiber Art. SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Associates) Journal, p.11, Spring 2006
Submerged in Beeswax: A New Way To Collage. Cloth Paper Scissors, No. 3, Spring 2005, pgs. 50 - 54. (Including photos of The Geometry of Bees series).
Lutradur: The Miracle Material. Cloth Paper Scissors, No. 1 (Winter 2004), pgs. 46 - 50. (Including photos of Portage).
A Whirlwind of Activity American Quilter, Winter 1999, p. 46-47.
Magazines, Books, and other Media
Self-Publishing a Portfolio Book by Cindy Grisdela. Studio Art Quilt Associates Journal, Vol. 22, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2012, pg. 18.
"Studio Quilts Installed for Morristown Exhibit," Ralph J. Bellantoni For the Courier News, Daily Record & Home News Tribune, June 2012, Morristown, NJ. Sightlines exhibit at the Morris Museum.
Fiber Art Now. Winter 2012. Vol. 1, No. 2. p. 5. Opinion: Materiality or Meaning?
The Studio Art Quilt, No. 6: State of the Art. Sandra Sider. CreateSpace, 2011.
500 Art Quilts. Ray Hemachandra and Karey Bresenhan. Lark Books, 2010.
Surface Design Essentials. Jane Davila. C&T Publishing, 2010.
1000 Artisan Textiles: Contemporary Fiber Art, Quilts, and Wearables, Sandra Salamony and Gina M. Brown. Quarry Books, 2010.
Social Networking Online, Part 2 by Gloria Hansen. The Professional Quilter, Summer 2009, p. 22.
Print on Demand: To Blurb by Gloria Hansen. The Professional Quilter, Spring 2010.
Art Quilts at Play. Jane Davila and Elin Waterston. 2009
Forest Lake Press "Artist turns passion into huge Relay For Life fundraiser," April 29, 2009, p.1.
Lake Murray/Columbia Magazine "Cyber Fyber" January 2009, p. 22.
Creating Art for the Cancer Cause. Education@Iowa Alumni Magazine, Spring 2008, p. 7.
The Quilt: A History and Celebration of an American Art Form. Schebler Roberts, E., MBI Publishing, 2007.
Syracuse Post-Standard. "Patches Project Goes Global," December 12, 2007, p.2
FiberARTS magazine. Vol. 33, No. 5 (April/May 2007), pg. 28.
Creative Quilting: The Journal Project Bresenhan, K., Ed., Quilting Arts, 2006.
Wrapped in a Quilt for a Cause Goldsmith, D., Quilter's World, p. 16 - 18, April 2007.
The Alliance For American Quilts. Save Our Stories Project for the Center For The Quilt.
Breaking New Ground Surface Design Journal, Juried Gallery Issue, 2006
Fiber Art in the Mailbox Egan,M., Fiberarts, p. 26-27, April/May 2006.
Art Marketing Action Online newsletter by Alyson B. Stanfield, Photo of Preserve #1, April 24, 2006.
Surface Design Newsletter. Resources On The Web by Elaine Lipson: "Spiegel's galleries are inspiring, especially for those working in small-size formats." Vol. 19, No. 1 Winter 2005, pg. 19.
Nebraska City News Press "Women, bees inspire artist's work," March 3, 2004, p.1.
Nebraska Life "Nebraska Art at the Governor's Mansion." September/October 2004,pgs. 42 - 43.
Omaha World-Herald Featured gallery exhibit "Transformations in Textiles," July 8, 2004, p. 8.
The Arts in Action Lawrence Art Center, Vol. X, No. 2. (Nov. Feb. 2004), p. 9.
The Journal, "Art -Tastics - Virginia Spiegel of Nebraska City showcased her mixed media works that incorporate paint, textiles and anything else that strikes this nationally-known artist's fancy." November 25, 2004
Surface Design Journal of the Surface Design Association, Vol. 27, No. 2 (Winter 2003), p. 57.
Nebraska City News Press "Wildwood shows three 'wild' artists", September 9, 2003, p.3.
Quilting Arts magazine In The Spotlight, No. 10 (Summer 2003), pgs. 84-86.
Nebraska City News Press "Spiegel's Omaha display takes art quilting to new extremes," July 10, 2003, p. 1, 3. Also featured in Nebraska City News Press on April 22, 2003, p. 4. , January 17, 2003, p. 1; October, 24, 2002, p. 10; February, 26, 2002, pgs.1, 8; May 13, 2000, p.1, 3; July 3, 1999, p.1, 3.
America: From the Heart Artists Respond to 11/11 Bresenhan, K., C&T Publishing, 2002, p. 27.
Art Quilt XII: Lucky Break by Linda McCurry. "For some of the artists, the show yet another opportunity to extend their well-know series work. Virginia Spiegel's Boundary Waters #32, Barbara Jucaki's Spring Brookside, Linda Colsh's Drawing on the Mist, and Eileen Lauterborn's Unknown Territory all covered familiar themes." Studio Art Quilt Associates Journal, Vol 19, No. 3 (Summer 2009), pgs. 16-17.