upcoming and current shows
"Nucleus" has been accepted into Quilt Visions in California.
Thank you, jurors! “Blue Moon 2” is also at the show, and has been sold.
“Blue Moon 3” and “Dinner at Sunset” are in the Impressionism Show at the Art Center at Fuller Lodge allery in Los Alamos, New Mexico. "Blue Moon" received a Juror's Award.
“Refugee” will be exhibited at the Pennsylvania National Quilt Show.
“Monstera” and "Magpies" have been juried into Houston.
“Limpopo” will appear at the American Quilter’s Society show in Des Moines, Iowa.
Three mixed-media underwater pieces will appear and were sold at "Breaking Boundaries" in Michigan. It was an interesting and innovative show.
"Moonrise" won best of show and "Cytology" won best machine quilting at the Albuquerque Fiber Arts Fiesta. My deepest appreciation goes to the show organizers, judge, and event sponsors. Thank you!
"Cattails" appeared at the World Quilt Show in New England. A big "Thank You" goes to Doug and Gallery 101 Main for lending this work out for the show.
The Brush Art Gallery is exhibiting “Cytology” at its annual national juried show.
“Silverlight” received a first place ribbon at the American Quilter Society Quilt Expo in Knoxville.
"Cherry Trees" received a ribbon at the Denver National Quit Show.
"Autumn Evening" and "Mitosis" have been awarded "Art Quilts: Transistions" exhibit by PAQA South, and both have been sold.
"End of Days" is included in the "My world in black & white" show in California:
The catalog is well worth a look, there are some outstanding works there! It received the Gitner-Moore Memorial Award for Most Meaningful Quilt from Marilyn Withrow.
"After the Rain" has been awarded at the International Quilt Association's "Celebrate Spring" show in Chicago, and was sold. "Swim4Me" is also in the show. Thank you, judges! Both have been selected to travel with the show, and will appear at various venues until November 2009.
"Silverlight" has been awarded "best pictorial quilt" at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival.
"Raptor III" and "Earthweave" were invited to Taiwan for the TAQS show. The catalog is big and beautiful and will be available for sale through the SAQA bookstore.
"After the Rain" was awarded at the American Quilter's Expo in Des Moines, Iowa.
The Northern New Mexico Quilt Fiesta has awarded "Cattails" and "Event Horizon"
"Moonrise" has been awarded "best of United States" at World Quilt Show XII New England, Manchester, New Hampshire, and received a ribbon at "Road to California" as well.
"Night Jungle" is appearing on the cover of the 2009 AQS calendar AND SAQA Portfolio 15. Get yours today!
"String Theory" was awarded second place at "Threadlines" in Springfield, Missouri.
"Pearl" received a Judge's Award at the National Quilting Association show in Columbus, Ohio.
"War Zone" was awarded at the Art Quilt:Cultures show in Cary, North Carolina.
"Night Jungle" received a Judge's Award at the International Quilt Show in Paducah, Kentucky.
"Swim4Me" received the Founder's Award at Machine Quilter's Expo in Manchester, New Hampshire.
"Raptor" was accepted to the SAQA Sense of Time exhibit that premiered in Houston, Texas. It was sold from the show, and will continue on tour until next summer when it will go to its new owner.
"Willow Moon" appeared the American Quilter's Society show in Paducah. This will be its one and only show as it has been sold.
Refugee was included in Sacred Threads in Ohio.
"Pond Life" appeared at the International Quilt show in Houston, Texas. It has been sold.
Art Quilts XIII, Lucky Break in Chandler Arizona, exhibited "Styracosaurus."
The Pacific International Quilt Festival exhibited "The Third Eye."
"Force Field III" received an award at Quilt Odyssey in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.
"Cattails" was exhibited at the AQS Expo in Nashville, Tennessee.
"Look Behind the Mask" was at the I-4 corridor show in Florida.
"Force Field I & II" were at the Hill Country Art Show in Ingram, Texas.
"Close Up" showed at "Seams Unusual" in Los Alamos, New Mexico.
"Swim4Me" was displayed at "Legacies in Fiber" at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, Colorado.