There is an exhibit of my quilts hanging in the Dennis Gallery at Austin College. This is a lovely space, part of the new art building (the Betsy Dennis Forster Art Studio Complex) on the north side of the campus. Click here to read the official press release. The exhibit is open M-F from 9:00-4:30 and it ends March 15. If you find yourself in north Texas, I hope you can come see it.
It is interesting for me to see so many of my quilts hanging together. In fact, it is a new experience for me. When they are home, my quilts are rolled up and stored on high shelves. I mostly see the ones that travel with me and the few that hang in the house.
I've made a lot of quilts in the last 25 years and many of them are in this exhibit. Simply Delicious is in the show:
And so is Stars in the Garden:
And so are newer quilts like Lorna's Vine, Tree O' Life, and Picasso's Garden:
I find it rewarding to see these quilts that are the result of years of work hanging there, for all to see. It makes me smile! And then it makes me want to get back to work. Isn't that the way of it for all of us? Making quilts is the best part!