I was very excited to be invited to speak with Sandi Hazlewood of Crafty Planner, who does a very thoughtful and well curated series of podcasts about the world of textiles.
I am extremely pleased to share that two of my quilts, Spider Web and Bow Tie, have been donated to the Newark Museum. There everyone can continue to be enjoy them and all their brilliant tones.
Amelia Peck's dedication to women as makers makes me especially excited to have my crib quilt created by Nellie Block in the Metropolitan Museum's collection.
I must congratulate the amazing Sabrina Gschwandtner on her latest exhibition at Shoshana Wayne Gallery in Santa Monica. Positively stunning work, and it has been duly recognized in ArtForum's LA Critics' Picks.
I am thrilled to share that Quiltmania has featured my article, "What's on the back?" in its January/February 2016 issue. The two spreads are beautifully laid out and include the front and back pairs of some of my favorites.
I opened my mail today and found the catalogue for Losing the Compass. It's a beautiful publication, and I love its carmine cover and the discombobulating text of the title. It features all the work in the exhibition, including both of my quilts.
The Quilt Alliance has kindly posted a clip of my talk from 2014 for Quilters Take Manhattan, where I discuss this House quilt that has the distinction of appearing in both Unconventional & Unexpected as well as The American Quilt.
I am pleased to share that two of my quilts are part of the exhibition, Losing the Compass, at White Cube's Mason's Yard space. The exhibition was curated by Cameron Weaver and Mathieu Paris, and includes an exceptional group of work.
Losing the Compass
8 October 2015 - 9 January 2016
White Cube, Mason's Yard
25-26 Masons Yard
London SW1Y 6BU
It was thrilling to see this exhibition at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, NE this last week. They kindly hosted me as I gave a talk about the exhibition. Here are a few sneak peaks.