Quoted from “Fabric, Life, Art” blog by Linda Branch Dunn
At the Whistler House Museum, the juried exhibit Art Quilts 2011. The exhibit runs from August 10 through September 3, with special events including afternoon tea and sweets August 12, gallery night August 11, and a reception Saturday August 12.
Bulbs by Pamela Allen
For more traditional quilting, plus a raft of vendors and events, visit the Lowell Quilt Festival,tat the Lowell Memorial Auditorium. I especially recommend the lecture by Beatriz Grayson, a wonderful quilt artist.
At the National Quilt Museum, Maine's Quilt Heritage, an exhibit of quilts dating back to 1804.
At the American Textile Museum, two exhibits. Grace and Glamour: 1930 Fashion features the limpid, sensuous style and the modernism of that decade.
Marking Time: Voyage to Vietnam records how soldiers used marks, including graffiti and stitch, to mark their time on a US transport ship.
At 122 Western Avenue, in Western Avenue Studios, the Loading Dock Gallery is open Wednesday-Sunday, 11-4:30. Explore work by several artists from Western Avenue Studios, as well as the textile art show, Moment of Pure Seeing.
Trio: Tranquillo, Grazioso, Quieto by Linda Dunn