A lot of red


In the latest issue of Art Quilt Quarterly (Issue No. 33), available through the SAQA website at this link, you can find a feature article by Patty Kennedy-Zafred about the SAQA Global Exhibition, Color in Context: RED. My work “Heat map” was included. I’ve described the meaning of “heat map” in an earlier post here.

This article allowed me to discover more about the other works, part of the show, including impactful three-dimensional fiber art. A monochromatic exhibit gets strong in itself!

The Color in Context: RED exhibition, with works selected by juror Judy Kirpich, opens on November 2nd at the prestigious International Quilt Festival, at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston Texas. I hope you will visit the International Quilt Festival, the largest annual quilt show in the U.S., which regularly attracts 55,000 people from over 35 countries all around the world! I will not be there, but I’m honored to be part of the show. “Heat map” is my second quilt travelling with a SAQA global exhibition. The other one is “Grasshopper path”, part of Haven SAQA global exhibition (heading to the AQS QuiltWeek events in 2024), a yellow quilt shown here below. It seems I have a soft spot for monochromatic textures…