I am a member of the Common Thread Quilt Club in Parker, Colorado, where I serve as membership secretary, contribute quilt-related website reviews to the club newsletter, and participate actively in meetings, workshops, and monthly "show and tell."
See my gallery on my home page for pictures!
This article describes the on-campus exhibit, "The Multiple Identities of DU Women", which was displayed in the Driscoll Gallery during Women's History month, February 2007. My entry in the exhibit was a quilt, "The Light of the World Shines on Women", which now hangs in lobby of the English Language Center.
In March 2016, twelve of my quilts hung on display at Kaladi Brothers Coffee on East Evans Avenue, a popular hangout spot near the University of Denver. The coffee shop hosted an opening reception for the exhibit on Thursday, March 10, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The quilts ranged from my first two quilts - traditional pillow shams made in 1994 from my great-grandmother's antique maple leaf blocks - through some of my more recent art quilts. The show was curated by my daughter, Meg Swartley, a 2016 DU graduate in studio art.
This portfolio last updated: 16-Jan-2018 4:09 PM