A rare Saturday post to share with you that:
my piece, "Fractured" is a featured piece in the exhibit called:
"Throw: Great Lengths of Innovation In Modern Quilting"
being shown at Union Art Gallery in Milwaukee, WI. It opened last night.
From their website:
Who is the modern quilter? Where do they find inspiration? Throw seeks to answer these questions and to expose the Milwaukee design audience to the forefront of innovation in modern quilt composition.
As the resurgence of craft continues in the US, design aficionados are fortunate to witness the inspired movement of modern quilting. Innovative piecing and quilting methods, collaborative interpretations of the medium, and a sublime deviation from the shackles of tradition all inform the modern quilter. True graphic design triumphs with tangibility, modern quilt designs will wake the sleeping memory of your favorite bed clothes with vivid style in form and function.
Featuring quilts, quilted accessories, and mixed media works from artists Maura Ambrose, Sherri Lynn Wood, Julie Floersch, Greely Myatt, Cindy Friedman, Kit Lang, and Valerie Joy.
If you're in the area, please do check it out! It runs from September 21 to October 12, 2012.