Round, Square, Angled: Geometry in Quilts Opens Tonight!

The special exhibit opening October 23rd at the MADI is curated by Ruth Anderson. The exhibit features the works of I am very excited to be a part of the exhibit at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art (familiarly called the MADI).  It is an honor to have been invited to participate!The exhibit is curated by Ruth Anderson.  It features the work of a number of local (Dallas-Fort Worth area) quilters: Carolyn Skei, Cheryl Isbell, Sherrie Tootle, Carol Morrissey, Sue Benner, Barbara Hartman, Kerri Green, Linda G. Bartley, Tonya Littmann, and me.  It is a very impressive group of quilts, showing a variety of styles, all very geometric.I have two pieces in the show.  Descending into Chaos was pieced at the very beginning of the Coronavirus crisis, and it's jagged forms echo my anxiety and uncertainty.  Effervescence was finished in January of 2020, pre-shutdown, and the quilt is much happier, almost exuberant.The exhibit opens this evening, October 23, and will run through January 24, …

Circles, Squares and Triangles: Geometry in Quilts will open at the MADI October 23

Working during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shock Melt was accepted into Quilts=Art=Quilts!

The Fresh Ideas virtual exhibition is on the Visual Art League of Lewisville's website!

Eastham Marsh: Summer Squall featured in a new gallery on the SAQA website!

Fresh Ideas 2020

Material Abstraction is now open!

Spring arrived during quarantine, and it has been a beautiful one.

Interview with Pokey Bolton

Linear Abstractions at the Dallas Quilt Show