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

The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, in Dallas, Texas, is a total gem.  Have you ever heard of MADI art?  I hadn't until I visited the museum the first time fourteen or so years ago.  According to the MADI's brochure:"MADI Art is approachable, energetic and bright; a non-representational form focusing on geometric shapes, vibrant colors and viewer interaction.  MADI artists direct attention to the object itself in a search for beautify....MADI conveys a sense of joie de vivre reaching beyond customary boundaries and media.The museum is the only of its kind in North America with a permanent collection of 1,000+ works."Several weeks ago I was asked to submit a few quilts for a geometric quilt exhibit.  The curator, Ruth Anderson, selected "Descending into Chaos" and "Effervescence" for the show.Effervescence made it's debut at QuiltCon in Austin before the shutdown.  Chaos is one of the first pieces I made during the shutdown.
Circles, Squares …

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