On Saturday, October 15, I had the pleasure of leading about 35 visitors through our exhibit at the New England Quilt Museum. The building is part of the restoration of the city of Lowell, MA, a former textile mill town. There's a large shop downstairs and MANY lovely gallery spaces up. We had about 30 pieces in the show and here you can get an idea of how it looked. Curatorial Director Pam Weeks did a beautiful job of hanging the artwork.
A view through several exhibit spaces before the crowd shows up:
Listening to Pam and me explain the Confluence group and the exhibit:
Trying to get the word out about the closing walk through on Saturday, Oct. 15 at 11 at the New England Quilt Museum in Lowell, MA. Over 30 amazing quilts by 5 West Coast artists all on the topic of water. This is Joolama III. All hand printed fabrics depicting the former sea bed which is now the Outback of central Australia. Yes, all those white dots were hand cut and hand sewn by yours truly!!