7660 WOODWAY, SUITE 550 | HOUSTON, TEXAS 77063 USA | 713.781.6864
List as of 3/24/22. More to be added later.
Every Which Way (39” x 55.5”) by Kay Collins.
Have you ever wondered what happens with a block exchange? A team of Handi Quilter National Educators made 12 blocks, kept one and swapped 11 with other educators. They then took the blocks and created an original quilt. See the fun layouts, color combinations, and the many different ways to quilt the same blocks in this fun exhibit of out of the box sampler quilts.
Oak Leaf and Tulip (83” x 84”) by an unknown maker.
Karey Bresenhan and Nancy O’Bryant’ s book, Christmas Quilts, Christmas Memories, is a collection of colorful red and green quilts and heartwarming, often poignant, written memories of Christmas past by well-known quilters, teachers, and the authors. See many of those quilts from the book in this exhibit.
The Electric Fan (36” x 36”) by Teresa Schoonover.
Curated by Katheen Mitchell
“Barn Quilts” are all over the U.S! Take a drive across rural roads and even cities and towns, and you will find quilt blocks painted on barns, silos, homes, fence rows, and other structures in bright, cheery colors…far larger than any stitched blocks! In this exhibit, take a “Sunday drive” with the family, and play your own game of "I Spy."
Modern Medallion (68” x 68”) by Tamara Gunther, based on a pattern by Beyond the Reef
One of the most popular current styles of quilting is modern quilts. Artists have taken a traditional look and put a fresh, contemporary spin on it, often utilizing bold colors and inventive shapes. This juried exhibit features recent works by current members of the Salt Lake City chapter of the national Modern Quilt Guild organization.
Remembering Old Nauvoo (78” x 60”) by Susan McBridge Gilgen and Cheryl Paul Styler
The Beehive State is home to scores of quilt guilds and groups which all celebrate their love for and creativity with the art form. The Utah Quilt Guild is the state’s largest, with chapters and members spread throughout its borders. Current work from members in guilds across the state are shown here.