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The records consist of an exhibit booklet and art piece from Gifts from the Pavement.
The records contain albums of photographs and materials from exhibits such as reviews, artist statements, slides, publicity, articles, early digitally generated photomontage quilts, exhibit cards, and catalogs. The records also include a journal by Arlé Sklar-Weinstein that accompanied a traveling exhibit, publications, and digital media.
The records contain fabric samples, templates, and postcards.
The papers consist of scrapbooks, a quilt diary, quilt patterns and designs, articles and publications, correspondence, photographs, and historical documents about quilt artists Alice Zwanck and Joseph Raffael.
The records consist of materials collected by Carolyn O’Bagy Davis about Hopi quilt artists including seven exhibit plaques consisting of a photograph and description of the artists depicted, correspondence, a print-out of a story about the Hopi Village of Mishongnovi with photographs of artwork from Toh-Atin Gallery, Durango, CO, and a VHS tape about Hopi quilts.
The records consist of newspaper clippings and publications featuring Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry, programs and publicity from exhibits, postcards and pamphlets from Bryer Patch Studio, workshop handouts, patterns, and sample folds.
The records contain an artist statement and resume.
The records contain correspondence, templates, and a publication related to the artwork "In the Shallows."
The records consists of newspaper clippings and articles, information about exhibits, exhibit catalogs and postcards, resumes, artist statements, awards, programs and pamphlets, publications, and posters.
The papers consist of scrapbooks, correspondence with many quilters around the country, photographs, and documentation of her quilts and Happiness Museum.
The records contain support materials including designs, artist statements, and publications.
The records include working notes, project outlines and scope, correspondence, quilt layout planning files, installation instructions, slides, fabric samples, appraisals of Hive Project artists, publicity and press releases, Statements of Understanding, agreements and contracts for showing the quilt, publications, consent forms, photographs, newspaper clippings, CDs of project files, and a VHS tape.
The records contain publications featuring the work of Jane Sassaman.
Jean Renli Jurgenson is a quilt artist based in Walnut Creek, California.
The records consists of a Curriculum Vitae, sketches and artist statements, letters, photographs, slides, notes and description, and a book. The collection also includes materials related to Bets Ramsey and Masako Nishikata.
The records contain designs and description of the artwork "Conflict No. 6/Mugging."
The records contain artist statements and postcards related to the artwork "Soft Summer Gone."
The records contain publications featuring the work of Judy Mathieson and a poster from Quilt National 1979.
The records contain artist statements, designs and processes, correspondence, a poster, a journal, and digital media with oral history videos of Herman Chun, journal entries, and photographs related to the artwork "Legislating Love."
The records contain artist statements, a resume, postcards, and a booklet related to the artwork "Robo Sapien Agent One."
The records contain photo-tracings, photographs, drawings, designs, postcards, and original working sketch related to the artwork "And Crown Her God with Brotherhood."
The records contain artwork, materials used to create artworks, correspondence, an award, and publications.
The records consist of art and teaching materials including fabric samples, designs, publications, and original artwork.
The records contain exhibit booklets, postcards, and the artwork "Cartoon for Cloth."
The records contain publications featuring the work of Noël Ruessman, sketches and designs, and materials from art quilts "Autumn Leaves Triptych," "Midnight," "Sunrise Tunisia," and "Snow."
The records contain a resume, publications, and publicity from exhibits.
The records consist of photographs and slides, correspondence, newsletters and products by Celtic Design Company, programs, postcards, newspaper clippings, copies of identification and citizenship documents, patterns and designs, lectures and class outlines, pins, publications featuring Durcan, a biography, quilt design masters and instructions, a story by Patrick Durkin about grandparents, and digital media.
The records contain support materials for Robin Schwalb's quilt "Beijing" including templates, samples, and designs.
The records include compact discs containing entries and photographs from quilt artists for the exhibit, a booklet about the exhibit, reports, and planning files.