I'm off to San Antonio tomorrow to attend the biannual Surface Design Association's conference. Interface runs from June 6 through June 9th. I'm leaving early to install many of my foreclosure quilts at Gallery Nord in San Antonio. This will be the first chance to see two of my most recent quilts, Chicago and Miami. Here is the Chicago quilt. There's a great story behind that I'll explain in more detail later.
|Chicago Foreclosure Quilt, 2013. 31" x 42"|
The exhibition is sponsored by Surface Design in conjunction with the conference and runs from June 8th to July 6th. I'm thrilled to hang my work with Natalie Miebach, Maria Shell and Eun-Kyung Suh. Natalie's work is a featured exhibit and she will speak about her work at the conference. All of the artists' work is incredible and I look forward to meeting them as well as other fiber artists at the conference. I'll be with my people!
If you're attending, I'll be in the gallery all day on Thursday to greet visitors on the exhibition day tours. Be sure to say hi, I'd love to meet you! There will be an opening reception on Saturday, June 8th from 5 to 7. Visit Gallery Nord here and learn more about the exhibit and the artists here.