2019 was pretty busy!
Cents and Sensibility
was accepted to Alexandria Museum of Art exhibit, Concrete and Adrift: On the Poverty Line.
Back Yard Beauty
went to Mid-Alantic Quilt Festival in Pennsylvania.
hung at Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center in Baton Rouge.
Too Raw (Too Soon Every Day to Talk About Gun Violence) was accepted to the Tom Peyton Arts Festival, and Alexandria Museum of Art September Competition, AND was awarded the purchase prize at the latter.
Feathers, Scales and Tails: Night Flight
went to Quilteroo's in Ruston, La., and Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center.
Fatsia Fantasy, Into the Woods,
and Leaf Party
went to the Main Library and State Archive, both in Baton Rouge.
Her Eyes as Clear as Centuries
went to Sacred Threads
went to the Gallery One Ellleven Annual Competition Show
and won a merit award (and will be in Curated Quilts
in early 2020).
L'Homme Vert du Cyprie're
and The Woods Are Lovely, Dark and Deep
hung at Louisiana State Arboretum in August.
sold at the SAQA auction.
Thoughts and Prayers
was accepted to Collective (In)Action
exhibit at Memorial Union Gallery, NDSU
Took a class in June with Wen Redmond, about digital printing on unusual substrates, and used my new knowledge to participate in SAQA's 100 day project.
These three quilts came home after a three year tour all over the US (and Birmingham, England) as part of Fly Me To The Moon
. By the Light of the Silvery Moon, Moonlight Serenade,
and Moonlight Sonata.
A Suitable Boy
toured libraries throughout the state all year, as part of a Contemporary Fiber Artists of Louisiana books exhibit.
Naiad and Dryad hung at the Ascension Parish Library, Dutchtown, for the month of December, as part od SAQA regional exhibit.
I also made two quilts, a doll, and a smocked romper for my granddaughter. I've already got plans for 2020!