Boundary Waters 83
- New England Quilt Museum, Lowell, MA
July 11, 2018 – Sept. 23, 2018
- Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, AZ
Dec.1, 2018 – Feb. 10, 2019
- San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, San Jose, CA
April 19 - July 14, 2019
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Clover and A Bee 1
Concrete & Grasslands
-Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, UK: August 9 - 12, 2018
-Knitting & Stitching Shows (London and Harrogate, UK;
Dublin, Ireland): Oct. - Nov. 2018
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Art Quilt Collector, Issue 7 with Boundary Waters 85 on the cover and a four-page Artists To Watch feature is still available. AQC is now Art Quilt Quarterly. Issue #10 features Boundary Waters 83 in its Portfolio section
Diane Howell, Artists To Watch Contributing Editor: Each piece invokes love of the subject matter, and leaves room for viewers to make their own interpretations. There is, Spiegel says, beauty in ambiguity. Her are quilts are evocative celebrations, filled with meaning and emotion, of a lived landscape.
A Tree Needs Leaves will be available during the Spotlight Auction during the Studio Art Quilt Associates' Conference, April 5 - 8 (2018). It's an artwork about the attack on our public lands, including National Monuments, by the current Republican administration.
Boundary Waters 48 will be included in Studio Art Quilt Associates’ new book, Art Quilt Retrospective to be published in 2018.
From SAQA: This publication will cover the years from 1965 to today, consisting of an engaging chronological presentation of approximately 350 historic and contemporary art quilts by 240 master artists.
Art historian Janet Koplos, a former senior editor for Art in America, has written an introduction that follows the evolution of the art quilt from the emerging crafts movement of the 1960s through years of struggle, recognition, and worldwide impact.
The final result will be a 400-page, lavishly photographed, beautifully bound book profiling 56 of the most influential art quilters and their work. Artworks by an additional 190 influential artists will be organized by decade, demonstrating the change and evolution of the art quilt genre.