Lisa Oppenheim "Jacquard Weave (Flower)" 2017 (detail)

Blog Post Tag: Quilting

Friday Fibers Roundup: Story Quilts

November 9, 2018 9:00 am

From galleries to runways, theory to hobby, and everywhere in-between, quilts have seen a huge rise in the everyday lexicon. This Friday Fibers Roundup features a great variety of what people are doing with the concept of quilting. 1) Sonja Dahl’s latest solo exhibition Recounting Fragments is on display now (until the end of November) …

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Friday Fibers Roundup: Embedded Quilts

May 11, 2018 9:00 am

Quilts have become a popular topic for many contemporary art websites and blogs, and this week’s Friday Fibers Roundup brings you a batch looking at quilts from many different contexts. 1) “The Broken Promises of American Indian Treaties, Sewn onto Quilts” by Rachel Elizabeth Jones examines the work of Gina Adams and how she sews …

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“Changing Styles in Contemporary Quilt Art: Pattern in Motion” by Sandra Sider

March 28, 2018 10:00 am

This article features four contemporary artists working in the quilt medium for more than thirty years: Pauline Burbidge, Michael James, Katie Pasquini Masopust, and Joan Schulze. They all have international reputations not only as artists, but also as influential teachers, lecturers, and authors of books relating to contemporary quilt art. Continuing to produce textile-based artwork …

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“Bits and Bobbins: Tricia Royal” by Rachel Henry

May 31, 2017 9:00 am

Gone are the days of the quilt being relegated to a merely serviceable textile for the home. Chicago’s Lillstreet Art Center will host two exhibition openings featuring examples of the modern quilt starting Friday, May 26. The first, The Postmodern Quilt, will showcase quilting artists whose work “fits neatly inside the paradigm of Postmodern Art.” …

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