Native Beauties in Fabric and Thread
My recent botanical work will be exhibited in March-April 2022 in the DeBerry Gallery of the North Carolina Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill. I love this Garden, and am pleased that 30% of the purchase price of any sales will benefit them. The Garden promotes the use of southeastern native plants in gardens and natural areas and discourages the use of invasive plant species.
The Garden’s website is ncbg.unc.edu
For the Love of Gaia
“Bald Head Island Marsh, After the Storm” is part of the exhibition “For the Love of Gaia” that premiered at the International Quilt Museum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is now touring. The exhibition explores issues of  climate change and global pollution, and celebrates the beauty of our world. It was curated by Luana Rubin.
Want to know more?
Learn more about the exhibition here.
Watch a virtual guided tour featuring commentary from the artists and guest curator here.
CHECK OUT the Quilting Arts Podcast
Vivika Hansen DeNegre and I are co-hosts of the Quilting Arts Podcast, where we take a deep dive into the world of contemporary art quilting. Episodes feature an Artist in Residence who shares her/his thoughts on the theme.
Learn more at QuiltingDailycom.
I'm featured on Lisa Walton’s “Quilt Stories”
I was interviewed by Lisa Walton for her YouTube series “Quilt Stories,” and shared how I made my art quilt “I'll Fly Away” for “We Are The Story,” a multi-site exhibition curated by Carolyn Mazloomi, and presented by the Textile Center and Women of Color Quilters Network. 
You can see the interview here
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