I am currently spending my Saturdays at the LaConner Quilt and Textile Museum with my Solo Exhibit on the third floor. The show runs thru June 29 so there are many more Saturdays to see me as well as my work!
The Honolulu Star Advertiser’s travel editor puts the Quilt Museum at the top of her “must do” list because “this is really two museums in one. It’s housed in the Mansion, a turreted, three-story Victorian beauty built in 1891 by one of the town’s early merchants.”
My entry into Quilt Visions 2014 has been accepted for the exhibition. It will be seen from October 3, 2014 to January 4, 2015. This is a very prestigious international art quilt show and I am very pleased to be included. The first time I exhibited an art quilt was at the Quilt Visions show in 2006. What a treat to be included again!
On the 11th of March, 2011, Fukushima and much of northeast Honshu was devastated by the chaos of a 9.0 earthquake offshore. Eleven 3 Eleven is meant to honor those who were lost and those whose lives and homes were forever changed on that day.
If you are anywhere near LaConner Washington for the next 3 months, please come by the La Conner Quilt and Textile Museum to see my work. I will be there for the opening events and also all day every Saturday during the show beginning April 12. I would love to meet you and share my work and “how I do it all by hand.”