Four Exhibits as We Move Toward Spring

February 14, 2017 § Leave a comment

New Works: Original Designs, Botanical in Nature will be at Crozet Library in Crozet, Virginia
February 28 – April 11, 2017

Jane Fellows – “Still Life with Lemons”

This exhibition features twelve  art quilts that include landscapes, botanicals, and florals using a variety of techniques.
Crozet Library 


Below Sacred Ground is at Visions Art Museum of Contemporary Quilts and Textiles in San Diego, California, through April 2, 2017

Valerie C. White – “Fall Sanctuary”

For this exhibition, viewers are encouraged to consider roots as metaphors of humanity, and appreciate their beauty and complexity. Roots, like people, are intertwined and connected.

Visions Art Museum of Contemporary Quilts and Textiles


P’s and Q’s will be at Virginia Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg, Virginia, February 21 – May 20, 2017

Jill Kerttula – “Summertime Mall”

Photography and printmaking aren’t necessarily the first thing you think of when considering quilts. Over the years, quilt makers have used a variety of fabrics to create their designs. Some fabrics are chosen out of necessity, (sack cloth and scrap materials for instance) while others are chosen for their color and printed designs. The artists included in this exhibition use photographic and printmaking techniques to create original imagery, color, and pattern on fabric.

 Virginia Quilt Museum


Shifting Landscapes is at Form & Concept Gallery in  Santa Fe, New Mexico, February 24 – March 10, 2017

Regina Benson – “Restored Legacy”

This juried international fiber show features cutting edge work from thirty-nine artists from Surface Design Association.

Form & Concept Gallery

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