I have a solo show, “The Quilt as Art: Creating Movement and Depth”, opening this week at the Mennonite Heritage Center in Harleysville, PA.
I’m thrilled and honored to have so many works hanging in this beautiful location, providing each piece with lots of room to breathe. I’m grateful to the institutions and clients who have so generously loaned my artwork for this solo show.
This exhibit includes some of my early work which was submitted for competition, launching my art quilting career. It also includes some new work, merging digital art with textiles.
There will be an opening artist reception this Sunday, January 19, 2020, at 2PM with gallery talks and refreshments.
A big thank you to Joel Alderfer and Henry Derstine for their assistance in hanging the show.
There will be table runners for sale, as well as matted prints and cards. Small mounted work will be available for sale and will be released upon sale.
Larger work for sale will be released at the close of the show.
You may see a short preview video here:
The exhibit will continue through March 14, 2020. The hours of the Mennonite Heritage Center are Tuesday through Friday, 10AM -5PM, and Saturday, 10AM – 2PM.
The address is 565 Yoder Road, Harleysville, PA.
For more info about the exhibit please follow this link: