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Jazzy Stars is spending Black History Month at the Helene Mills Senior Multi-Purpose Center in Atlanta. Hopefully, it will help to keep the seniors in a joyful mood.
Jazzy Stars is on loan to the H.J.C. Bowden Multi-Purpose Senior Center in East Point. It is part of the Clara Ford Foundation Tour of Quilts.
Jazzy Stars earned a Blue Ribbon from the judges at the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild bi-annual exhibit. The exhibit is at the Auburn Avenue Research Library, 101 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA. The quilts will be on display through December 11, 2011.
Jazzy Stars is part of the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild exhibit entitled Not Your Grandmother’s Quilts — African American Quilters in the 21st Century. The exhibit is housed at the Auburn Avenue Research Library, 101 Auburn Avenue, At;lanta, GA. … Continue reading
For those who are wishing you are in New Orleans, enjoy my quilt Jazzy Stars.
A new year means resolutions. Resolutions mean change. Change means action, so I am always a ball of activity in January. I am working on several new quilts, networking with potential mediation clients, and planning a spring travel schedule. Just based … Continue reading
Jazzy Stars, 84 x 84 inches, by O.V. Brantley, 2010. Today we celebrated the life of my friend Charles Floyd. We called him Chuck. Chuck was only 54 years old –too young to die –, but it seems the good … Continue reading
Our house is abuzz with activity as my daughter India begins packing in earnest for her move to the University of Pittsburgh. Move-in day is August 24, 2010. We are both so excited! It is one of those life moments … Continue reading