- Crossroads series
- Line Study series
- Dwellings series
- Urban Fabric series
- Other work
- Leaf Color Studies
- Statement and Bio
- Contact Drew
- Opening of AQM 2018
I was fortunate to be able to attend the opening of Artist as a Quiltmaker XVII at the Firelands Association for the Visual Arts in early May. I typically don't get to go to show openings, so I was thrilled to be able to attend this one.
It was great seeing work by other artists and to be able to speak to some of them in person.
The show is held in Oberlin... a cute college town in northern Ohio. We arrived late on Friday and spent all day Saturday exploring the town before the opening.
We also were able to spend some time at the Allen Memorial Art Museum which has an impressive collection.
Stop by and see the show before it ends on 29 July 2018 and spend some time in Oberlin.
I am happy to announce that my quilt, Line Study #9: Liquorice Allsorts, was accepted in to Artist As Quiltmaker XVIII at the Firelands Association for the Visual Arts in Oberlin, Ohio.
There are 32 artists exhibiting and I am honored to be among them. I am also attending the opening night reception, which will be my first. I am usually too far from a show to attend.
Check out of the show if you are in the area between May 13 and July 28, 2018.
Art Quilt Elements 2018
I'm honored that my quilt, Crossroads #5: This Could Be the Way, was included in Art Quilt Elements 2018 at the Wayne Art Center in Wayne, PA.
The show opened last weekend. The list of artists is like a who's who of the art quilt world... I still can't believe my piece was selected.
The Art Quilt Elements website has imags of all the selected quilts.
The show is open through 28 April.
Boys Just Wanna Have Fun Too
Dwellings #2: Urban/Suburban and Line Study #1 are appearing at the biannual Boys Just Wanna Have Fun Too show at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum.
If you are in the Denver area between February 5th and May 26th stop by and see the show.
You like me!
"You like me, you really like me!" is the often heard quote from Sally Field, which by the way, is actually misquoted. In this case I'm going to use the misquote because I won the vote at the Taft Museum Quilt Show for my quilt "Crossroads #4."
Thank you to everyone that voted! "You like me, you really like me!" er..., I mean, “I can’t deny the fact that you like me, right now, you like me.”
Quilts are on view through January 28, 2018.All images copyright Andrew Steinbrecher / An icompendium Site