International Quilt Festival – Houston
November 4-7, 2010
It’s the Olympics of the quilt world with over 50,000 people attending each year. I’m honored to have my artwork showing in these exhibits:
1. Studio Art Quilt Associates’ Creative Force 2010
Supported by a National Endowment for the Arts grant.
2. Beneath The Surface – Juried Invitational
3. 500 Art Quilts – Featuring artwork from the book 500 Art Quilts
Boundary Waters 21 from the Collection of Carol J. Moore
4. Eye of the Quilter: Inspiration – A photography exhibit with the theme of reflections.
This is a sister photo to the one accepted to the exhibit.
I happily served as juror for Sightlines and was honored to choose the fourteen artists. Each artist was invited to create an installation of artworks featuring a sightline linking all the artwork in the exhibit. Each artist chose her own themes and created five to eight artworks, including four 8×8″ linking pieces, covering a ten foot wide space. Perhaps the required continuous line provided provocation, both conscious and unconscious, to the artists to focus on time, personal history, and memory.
Hardcover catalog with six-page gatefold showcasing the exhibit as it will be shown is available.
Please note that Clairan Ferrano is the Managing Curator of the exhibit. The tACTile group of Australia introduced this concept to SAQA with an exhibit entitled eyeline.