Texas Tech University

Art Quilt Exhibit

 

The exhibition Today's Quilts: Art in Stitch showcases recent work by the members of the Studio Art Quilt Associates from Texas will be exhibited at the Museum from November 22, 2017 thru February 18, 2018. More than 30 pieces by 22 quilt artists are included. The exhibit was curated by Gay Young and juried by Brenda Wyatt both members of the Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc. (SAQS) whose mission is to promote the art quilt through education, exhibitions, professional development, documentation and publications.

art quilt of an angel

Angel of Mercy by Jules Rushing

art quilt

Art Glass Quilted by Stephanie H. Dahl 

Art quilt of aspen trees

Aspen Light by Gay Young

Art quilt of West Texas landscape

Autumn in Caprock Canyons by Nancy Baldwin Woods

Horizontal landscape art quilt

Be Still and Know by Jean C. R. Grimes

vertically oriented art quilt with water catails plant and heron

Catch of the Day by Hope Wilmarth

art quilt of blocks thread painted in rows

Comport-Mentalize: Avoid, Deny, Ignore by Barbara Oliver Hartman

Art quilt in west Texas colors with cowboy on bucking bronco horse and red pick up truck

Conscience Doth Make Cowboys of Us All by Ellie Kreneck

art quilt with vertical orientation and space divided with geometric images and quilt blocks

Everything that Converges Must Rise by Marika Pineda

Art quilt in vertical orientation with teardrop shape in which yellow and red floral images are stitched

Gaudi Gaillardia by Suzann Thompson

art quilt in horizontal orientation with image of a milkweed plant and hummingbirds

Milkweed & Hummingbirds by Sara Sharp

Art quilt in vertical orientation in the colors of olive, sage green peach and soft yellow

Moonrise at Morro Bay by Carolyn Skei

square art quilt in blues with small bowl in center

Nourished by Deborah Boschert

art quilt with small bowl and wheat stalk

Provisions by Deborah Boschert

Vertically oriented art quilt with green background and embellished square

Tears for Sandy Hook by Carolyn Skei

vertically oriented art quilt with images of Texas buildings such as the Alamo and Capital sitting on the oil rich sub layers of dirt.

Texas Terrain by Jean C. R. Grimes