Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
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 collection includes newspaper articles and newsletters about quilting in Hawaii. The catalogs included in the collection offer numerous quilts imported from China, advertised as handmade.
The records consist of materials collected by Carolyn O’Bagy Davis about Hopi quilt artists including seven exhibit plaques including 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 contain an artist statement and resume.
The records contain correspondence, templates, and a publication related to the artwork "In the Shallows."
The correspondence in this collection detail inquiries about donating the Bettis oral history materials to the American Quilt Study Group. The collection includes typed transcriptions and 9 cassette tapes of an oral interview with Dorothy Bettis done by Glenna Brock between May and September 1988. There are also photographs of selected quilts created by Bettis, with detailed information on the quilts.
The collection includes correspondence and numerous original items relating to quilt shows, exhibits, conferences, and quilt contests. The majority of items are promotional flyers, brochures, pamphlets, catalogs, and conference materials.
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 collection contains materials on Wheatcroft-Granick's research and writings on Amish quilts and quilt-making. Included is correspondence, research materials and notes on the Amish, articles about the Amish, as well as a manuscript of a book on the Amish and Quilts. In addition there are some fabric samples, and cassette tapes of interviews with Joyce Brown and Sam Greenburg.
The records contain support materials including designs, artist statements, and publications.
The collection includes correpondence written to Peto and articles written by her for magazines, such as American Home and Antiques Magazine.
Jan Stelik, Quilt Papers contains correspondence, classes and talks, quilt patterns, newspaper clippings, quilt articles, and scrapbooks on bluebird, paisley, and Dutch imagery research that Stelik used to research her articles and book,Sod House Treasures and Other Nebraska Quilt Patterns.
Jane Dunnewold, Quilt Papers (1973-2020) includes Dunnewold’s notebooks with design ideas and notes, awards, correspondence, publications by or featuring Dunnewold, newspaper clippings, and art exhibition catalogs and fliers. Also included are handmade artbooks, designs, newsletters, and photographs of Dunnewold’s work
The records contain publications featuring the work of Jane Sassaman.
The records contain publications featuring the work of Jean M. Evans and publicity, awards and designs related to the work "My Space."
Jean Renli Jurgenson is a quilt artist based in Walnut Creek, California.
The Joanna S. Rose, Quilt Papers contains quilt exhibition catalogs, guest book, promotional materials, articles and news clippings, and quilt photographs from the exhibit “Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts” at the American Folk Art Museum in 2011. The exhibition featured over 650 red and white quilts from the Joanna S. Rose Quilt Collection, now housed at the International Quilt Museum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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."