Saturday, July 30, 2011

Noriko Endo’s “Impressionist Quilts” at Art Quilt Gallery NYC until August 6, 2011

Don’t miss your chance to see these stunning landscapes, on display in the Chelsea District in New York City.

AutumnSplendor_NorikoEndo“As an artist, Noriko Endo never takes a false step,” said renowned American quilter Paula Nadelstern.  “Each composition, seamed from an abundance of detail and nuance, reveals new complexities, seducing the viewer to stay a long time and witness her miraculous, sleight of hand dexterity which turns minute slivers of fabric into masterful color compositions.” 

“Impressionist Quilts,” will run from June 16 through August 6, 2011 at The Art Quilt Gallery NYC

(image: “Autumn Splendor” 2010)

What inspires Ms. Endo to create her confetti naturescapes?: 

I love to walk in the woods.  I look for a place chased by the light, where pretty pink flowers are blooming, small mushrooms are smiling, and wild birds are calling their partners.  I feel nature keeps some of her secrets hidden.  I can find inspiration everywhere and then narrow down the ideas to the most compelling.

Gallery hours:

Tuesday to Saturday, 11 to 6 pm

Sunday & Monday by appointment only

Gallery web site:

For more information, contact:

Dale Riehl

The ArtQuilt Gallery•NYC

133 West 25th Street

New York, NY 10001


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