Art As Quilt-Transitions in Contemporary Textile Media

The Fuller Craft Museum was a state of the art building 50 years ago.  It still looks fresh and new. It’s such a wonderful facility for art exhibits.  If you’ve never been there, do visit sometime!  This exhibit will be there through January 17, 2016.

If you’re on the Cape, this exhibit will travel there and will show at Highfield Hall in Falmouth, MA from April 15 – June 19, 2016.

I didn’t get pictures of everything this time but the next time, I’ll photograph the rest.

For The Love of Three Oranges. Diane Wright.

For The Love of Three Oranges. Diane Wright.

Flotsam & jetsam. Rosemary Hoffenberg.

Flotsam & Jetsam. Rosemary Hoffenberg.

Rhapsody. Rosemary Hoffenberg

Rhapsody. Rosemary Hoffenberg

Sharyn Raiche. Nexus

Sharyn Raiche. Nexus

Madalene Murphy. Spun Gold

Madalene Murphy. Spun Gold

Sandra Donabed. Tune In Turn On Dropcloth

Sandra Donabed. Tune In Turn On Dropcloth

Crevices. Valerie Maser-Flanagan

Crevices. Valerie Maser-Flanagan

Succulents. Vickie Jensen.

Succulents. Vickie Jensen.

Three Feathers Remain. Wen Redmond.

Three Feathers Remain. Wen Redmond.

Vessel Of Life. Janice Jones.

Vessel Of Life. Janice Jones.

 

Out Of The Blue. Janis Doucette.

Out Of The Blue. Janis Doucette.

2 comments

  1. artquiltma says:

    Thanks for posting these images. I’m looking forward to seeing the exhibit in November. I love the Fuller!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. sviewave says:

    Fantastic work, Janis, You are amazing. Congratulations, diana

    Liked by 1 person

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