Honor those who came before. Dream like crazy about what comes next. But above all, enjoy the journey! My quilts and I wish you a Happy Black History Month!
Posted in A Quilter's Life, My Musings about Life
Tagged African American quilter, Dream Like Crazy, ethnic, fabric art, From Africa to Atlanta by Way of Arkansas, Joyful Journey, O.V. Brantley, patchwork, Strength and Grace, wallhanging, www.etsy.com/shop/OVBrantleyQuilts
India and I recently spent a delightful weekend in Charleston, South Carolina. The occasion was the Opening Reception of the 9th Annual African American Fiber Art Exhibit. My quilt Strength and Grace was part of the exhibit. India and I … Continue reading
My quilt Strength and Grace is part of the Brown Sugar Stitchers Black History Exhibit at the Cultural Arts Council in Douglasville Georgia. The exhibit runs through February 24, 2014. The Cultural Arts a Council is located at 8652 Campbellton … Continue reading
Posted in A Quilter's Life, Places to See My Quilts
Tagged African American quilter, Black history exhibit, Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild, Douglasville Cultural Arts Council, ethnic, fabric art, O.V. Brantley, patchwork, quilts, Strength and Grace, www.etsy.com/shop/OVBrantleyQuilts
I attended the opening reception of an art exhibit that features Atlanta Quilter Marquetta Bell Johnson and some of the Gees Bend Quilts. The exhibit is at the Mason Murer Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta. Shown here is one of … Continue reading