Season After Season

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Our lives are measured in seasons. Not just the familiar quarterly divisions of a year: spring, summer, fall and winter, but with each new day we move among a variety of seasons. Some seasons have no set time of arrival; others are regular as the ticking of a clock. Some seasons we await with excitement or anticipation; others we fear or wish to slow their inevitable arrival.

This exhibition offers creative explorations about these passages through time, from the seasonal changes in the world around us to the personal transitions that are part of life’s journey. 

Jurors: Karey Bresenhan and Nancy O'Bryant Puentes

Karey Bresenhan is the president of Quilts, Inc., director of International Quilt Market, International Quilt Festival, Patchwork & Quilt Expo, and Embellishment. She has served as a quilt appraiser and quilt contest judge. A personal quilt collection that includes family quilts, rare antique quilts, art quilts, and quilts made especially for her, testifies to Karey’s love for this art form.

Nancy O’Bryant Puentes is executive vice-president of Quilts, Inc; a co-founder of the International Quilt Association and editorial director of its journal, Quilts: A World of Beauty; and the author of numerous articles on quilts and quilting for consumer and industry publications.

EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

Texas Quilt Museum, La Grange, Texas, January 10 - March 24, 2019
European Patchwork Meeting, Sainte-Marie Aux Mines, France, September 12 - 15, 2019
Prague Patchwork Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic, April 3 - 5, 2020

 

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Exhibition Catalog available for purchase
This catalog features artwork from this exhibition.

Presentation by Dr. Sandra Sider, curator of Texas Quilt Museum
Get behind the scenes information about the artists and artwork included in this exhibition. Lecture courtesy of the Texas Quilt Museum.