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, ©2020
Effervescence made it's debut at QuiltCon in Austin before the shutdown.  Chaos is one of the first pieces I made during the shutdown.

Descending Into Chaos, ©2020
Circles, Squares and Triangles: Geometry in Quilts

October 23, 2020 - November 23, 2020
at the

Museum of Geometric and MADI Art 
3109 Carlisle Street 
Dallas, TX 75204 

United States 
(214) 855-7802


Norma Schlager said…
Congrats on your acceptance, but why wouldn’t they want these gorgeous quilt. They are both fabulous!