The Quilt as a Contemporary Tradition


A Stitch in Time:
The Quilt as a Contemporary Tradition   
Opening:  Saturday, October 25 (5 to 8 pm)  Open through November 23, 2014
Louise Kreifels   Sherri Lynn Wood   Alice McCain  
Our exhibit features three contemporary textile artists.  Each has a distinctive approach to quilt making, but each also has roots in the folk art tradition of the patch-work comfort zone, and the quilting bee.  Colorful, creative, environmentally friendly, functional, warm and cuddly, quilts are a transcendent art form, timeless and timely.


The show is an eye-pleasing homage to the tradition of quilt making, a joyful celebration of an evolving art form, and perhaps a hint of future possibilities and directions.


Open 4 to 7 pm Wednesday through Sunday, or appointment
Folk and Fine Art    1861-A Solano Avenue   Berkeley    94707    510 900-2591
If you are in the Bay Area join me at the opening this Saturday from 5-8PM for the opening reception! New Quilts from The Improv Handbook the will be on show.
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10 Responses to The Quilt as a Contemporary Tradition

  1. That quilt of yours is to die for!!! Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous.

  2. Sandy says:

    I could cross this off my bucket list if I could be there. Good luck with the show.

  3. Tiffany says:

    Exciting! Is this a free event?

  4. Katrine A. Eagling says:

    Wish I could be there, but I did pre-order the book. :)

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