February 27, 2014

Texas Quilt Museum

I've never been lucky enough to visit the Texas Quilt Museum in person.  I'm happy to have two of my quilts on display there now.  The museum looks glorious!

Gallery III: SAQA: People & Portraits

This exhibit celebrates the expressiveness of the human face in 40 stunning quilts created by members of the international organization Studio Art Quilt Associates. The diverse designs focus on a variety of emotional states and the ways in which people interact. The invitational exhibit is based on the book Art Quilt Portfolio: People and Portraits by Martha Sielman. Curated by Pat Kumicich.



(It is difficult to see my work in these photos)
"Hmmm" is hanging on the balcony - center right towards back wall

"Should I?" is hanging on the balcony -  on the far right in this view.

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13 comments:

Viv@within the Frame said...

Congratulations I really admire the artistry of quilters.

Laura said...

Wow how exciting! congratulations!

Tamar SB said...

Wow - that is amazing!!

tiarastantrums said...

awesome - my grandmother used to quilt - when I was very young

Jill said...

What an honor! Congratulations! Not one, but two of your quilts chosen!

Peggy Jones said...

Congratulations. Like stained glass in fabrics.

Kim Hkiss said...

Wow what an honor congratulations!!

Kim,USA

jmcqueenphoto said...

Congratulations! Quilting is such a wonderful art form ... I've always admired those who could create such beautiful masterpieces with fabric!

Nancy said...

Congratulations...Quilting is a wonderful art form...My aunt and grandmother were avid quilters and even taught me how to quilt...I just haven't had the time lately to play in my fabrics...

pixiedusk said...

Always envy creative people! Congrats on the show! =)

Jama said...

Congrats on getting yours exhibit there, so beautiful all of them.

Chrystal DeHart Raper said...

Congratulations on your exhibit. My Mother-in-Law quilts. I'm sure she would love to see all of the quilts

GingerV said...

yes congrats on your quilt display. My mother maid quilts all our lives, I don't know that any of us kids (now in our 50 - 60s lol.) took up her hobby. I personally have no patients for it prefer taking photos.... instant gratification. You didn't give an address. where is this?