|October 27, 2013 - January 5, 2014
Jurors: Rosalie Dace • Jo Anne Cooper
|Prize Juror : Lasse Antonsen
Best of Show: Judy Kirpich, Anxiety No. 6
First Prize & Juror's Choice: Kit Vincent, Megantic
Second Prize: Kathleen Probst, Alinea #9
Schweinfurth Award for Design Excellence: Gerri Spilka, Edge #2
Award for Surface Design: Diane Franklin, Reflections 2
Catherine Hastedt Award for Worksmanship: Diane Siebels, Head Two
Juror's Choice Award: Ruth Harmelink, Learning Curves, Mostly Neutrals
Honorable Mention: Betty Busby, Secrets
Honorable Mention: Pat Pauly, Pink Leaf 4 (Yellow)
Honorable Mention: Tammy Sutherland, Untitled Fragment #1
Boyd, Dawn Williams
Cashatt, Deb/Sazaki, Kris
Ciolino, Sandra Palmer
Dockery, Dianne Vottero
Marino, Ruta Butkus
McKie, Barbara Barrick
Meyer, Jeannette DeNicolis
Julia Graziano, Arches I, 2012
Shin-hee Chin, Anne Frank, 2012
Elizabeth Busch, Progress, 2012
Pamela Loewen, Summer's Garden, 2012
Joan Sowanda, Magic Wall, 2011
| Gallery Hours & Special Events
Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday 1 - 5 pm. CLOSED: Mondays & major holidays.
Closing @ 3pm Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve, New Years Eve.
Admission: $6. Exhibiting quilters, Art Center members, & children under 12 are free.
Director's Tour: Friday, November 1, 6pm
Enjoy a second opportunity to tour the 33rd annual quilt show with Executive Director Donna Lamb at 6pm. Free and open to the public.
Trunk Shows are “show and tell” opportunities for artists/quilters to discuss their work. Meet regional quilters and see examples of their work. Included with $6 general admission, free for Art Center members and exhibiting quilters.
All trunk show start at 2pm
November 3rd - Felicity Miller, Fabric Designer
November 10th - Julia Graziano, 2013 exhibiting artist
November 17th - Martha May, 2013 exhibiting artist
Noember 24th - Vanessa Johnson, storyteller and fiber artist
December 1st - John Kubiniec, owner of Big Rig Quilting
December 8th - Ithaca Modern Quilting Guild
Quilts for Art: Mini-Quilt Raffle
October 26, 2013 – January 5, 2014
Purchase your chance to win a small quilt donated by one of the exhibiting quilters.
|About the Jurors
Rosalie Dace has a B.A., UED in Fine Art and English. She has been traveling and teaching for 25 years, encouraging creative growth and development in her students. Apart from her native South Africa, she has taught and exhibited internationally in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Canada and the US, and was nominated for the Professional Quilter Magazine’s “Teacher of the Year” award in 2007. Her work, which reflects her passion for color, design and texture, is characterized by its wild mix of fabrics and is in several private and public collections. www.rosaliedace.co.za
Jo Anne Cooper s co-director of Mobilia Gallery, an internationally known gallery featuring 20th and 21st century decorative arts, sculpture, paintings, textiles and studio jewelry. Cooper has curated many exhibits showcasing American and international artists that have included lectures, symposiums, traveling exhibition and catalogs which provide a deeper understanding of the decorative arts and the creative process. Cooper attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the California College of the Arts. She has given presentations for The Museum of Fine Arts, Skinner Auctioneers, The Fuller Craft Museum, and The Craft Alliance.
Lasse Antonsen - Prize Juror
Lasse Antonsen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark where he studied art and creative writing. After moving to the US, Antonsen continued his studies at the Harvard University Extension Program and Tufts University where he received an MA in art history. Antonsen has worked as a researcher at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, and as curator of the Danforth Museum of Art. He was director of the University Art Gallery at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth for twenty-five years. As an art historian he has taught graduate courses at Rhode Island School of Design, and currently teaches at Massachusetts College of Art. As an artist he has created multiple installations, and his work was included in exhibitions in Brooklyn at Proteus Gowanus, and in Jersey City at Curious Matter.