Two of my pieces, “Her Story” and “Reflecting on the Past,” are being exhibited in Herndon, Virginia with the 2015 Sacred Threads exhibit.
This exhibit focuses on the connection between quilts and their makers and the emotional experiences that may be a source of inspiration to others.
“Caribbean Woman” made it’s debut at the North Charleston Arts Festival as part of the African American Fiber Art Exhibit on April 30th, 2015 and will be on display at the North Charleston City Hall in South Carolina.
The exhibit will run until June 19th and then she will be on her way to the South Carolina State Museum.
The Sisters Quilting Collective held their 3rd annual Quilt Exhibit, February 1st through February 15th 2014
“Our Stories in Quilts”
“Quilts That are Inspired by the Stories in Our Lives” at The historical Brickhouse Art Gallery in Sacramento California
There were several amazing quilts on display as well as some amazing hand-made doll collections.
Two of my quilts were juried into this exhibit and I was privileged to receive awards for both.
‘The Gift’ received a 2nd place award
‘Her Story’ received the viewers choice award.
To learn more about The Sisters Quilting Collective and view more pictures from the exhibit visit their blog: