Current Shows

I currently have work at Woman Made Gallery in the Quilt+Resist exhibit, running from Nov 9-Dec 1. This is Rooted in America


Opening soon is Women: Art and Poetry, Nov 15-Jan 7, at the Lyceum Theater in downtown San Diego. My piece is Sweet Delicious

On the exhibition trail, at Quilt National at the Dairy Barn, Athens, Ohio, through September 4, 2017 (and then traveling afterwards), is Beyond the Concrete. The first travel venue was the Foundry Art Centre, St. Charles, MO, Oct 6-Dec 1, 2017.


The rest of the travel plans will show up here eventually.

Disrupted will be part of the Nature of a Stitch exhibit at the Sheehan Gallery, Whitman College, in Walla Walla, WA, opening Aug 29-Dec 7, 2018.


Four pieces are part of the California Fibers’ exhibit, A Matter of Time, exhibiting at Soka University Founder’s Gallery, Aliso Viejo, CA, Sept 17, 2018-Jan 7, 2019. The opening is September 20.

I Can’t Be Your Superwoman

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Heart-Shaped Box

Holding It All In

All Stacked Up in My Head

Not Less Than, which is part of the Things That Matter exhibit opening at Visions Art Museum April 21, up through July 8, will be traveling with the first official exhibition of the whole group’s work at the Chandler Center for the Arts, Visions Gallery, Chandler, AZ, from November 8-Jan 6, 2019. Then it will travel to the St. George Art Museum, St. George, UT March 23 – July 6, 2019.

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You Pollute Me is at Quilts=Art=Quilts, at the Schweinfurth Art Center, Auburn, NY, from October 26-January 6.

15 thoughts on “Current Shows

  1. Love your work. Thanks to controversy, I found you. Perhaps the negativity will bring more focus to your thoughtful, well-executed works of art. Not your Grandma’s quilting….but I am a Grandma and a quilter and I for one love what you are doing. Thanks


  2. This is good stuff. Just because we work in fabric doesn’t mean we shouldn’t attack ‘adult’ subject matter. There are quilt shows and then there are quilt shows. And btw, I’m 54 years old and sick and tired of the notion that female genitals are somehow shocking or disgusting. Men? Their ‘bits’ are on display in every art gallery on earth, turned into architecture, enshrined as a major form. Just because ours don’t dangle out the front doesn’t mean they’re gross.


  3. I’m sitting in the UK following the controversy surrounding your quilt. I find it amazing that there are still people in the world finding the female/male body “disgusting”. I wish more quilt/textile artists were making political art like yours. Well done to you and those who are prepared to face the critics by presenting such work.


  4. I just wanted to commt that I love your work! I live in San Diego, and am sad to see I missed your recent show… I do not see a mailing list option on your site, but was hoping there was a way to keep in the loop for future shows?

    Keep up the amazing work!


  5. Carry on! Your work is amazing, love the anatomies of your people.
    Am a retired nurse and find your rendition of anatomy very whimical,
    delightful and insightful.


  6. Just saw your quilt Beyond the Concrete at the Quilt National Show in Athens, Ohio and loved it! So I looked you up and am thrilled by all of your work. I love political, statement quilts and really appreciate your attitude and awesome artistic ability. Will try to catch more of your work when I can.


  7. Just saw Beyond the Concrete at Quilt National in Athens Ohio and was inspired to look you up to see more of your work. Love it!! Keep it up!! Will try to see your work at other shows. Thanks.


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