Quilts are finding themselves on the catwalk and in the stores of Paris and New York.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
I am thrilled to see this article in The Wall Street Journal. The art world's new obsession is fiber! It's very exciting to see so many Bay Area connections like Josh Faught who lives and teaches here and Margo Wolowiec who completed her MFA at California College of the Arts. I can relate to the desire to feel the fibers. They deserve all of this attention.
I had the distinct privilege of leading a lecture of Found/Made which included words from the artists and collectors whose pieces are in the exhibition. I was delighted that this lecture on a Sunday afternoon was part of a larger celebration of the arts and culture happening in San Jose as part of SoFA Sundays.
Read about SoFA Sundays and see images from the talk here in the San Jose Mercury News. Be sure to check out Found/Made before it closes on November 1, 2015.