Posts Tagged ‘International Quilt Festival’

The Olympics of the Quilt World – So Much To See Next Week

International Quilt Festival will be in Cincinnati April 8 – 10 with a Preview on April 7.  You can see my artwork there in three different exhibits:

1.  Boundary Waters 50
Exhibited in Creative Force, a Studio Art Quilt Associate exhibit.
Catalog available. Juror: Chunghie Lee. Funded, in part, by a $25,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant.

2. Boundary Waters 52 (Knowing)
Exhibited in Beneath the Surface.  Juried Invitational. Catalog available.

3.  Boundary Waters 21 (From the Collection of Carol J. Moore)
Exhibited in 500 Art Quilts. Book available: 500 Art Quilts.  Edited by Ray Hemachandra and Karey Bresenhan.

More news next week about art and more at IQF – Cincinnati.


04 2011

Three exhibits opening this weekend

Boundary Waters 48
Photo by Deidre Adams

The Opening Reception for ArtQuilt Elements is this Saturday, April 17, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.  The exhibit continues through May 19 at the Wayne Art Center in Wayne, PA.

ArtQuilt Elements is considered one of the top three art quilt exhibitions in the U.S.   A full color catalog is available.

Boundary Waters 48 is one of seven artwork in a mini-series within the Boundary Waters series. The artworks explore Nature’s ability to construct complexity from simplicity while referencing in an abstract manner this specific scene from the Boundary Waters. Note from the photo that I have had this concept on my mind for almost a year now.

The International Quilt Festival- Chicago opens tonight from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. and continues through Sunday.  My artwork will be in two exhibits:

Boundary Waters 25
SAQA@20: Art & Excellence, a juried exhibit celebrating Studio Art Quilt Associates’ 20th Anniversary curated by Patricia Bolton, contains 35 art quilts. This is the main SAQA exhibit for the IQFs.  View all the artwork, purchase a catalog or an artwork on the SAQA site.

Eye of the Quilter, a photography exhibition featuring two of my photos.  More information here.


04 2010