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Janet’s three small quilts, Learning Why, Why 2, and Why 3 have been selected to be in the High Fiber Under Five 2011 exhibition and sale at the San Jose Museum of Quilts. For the past three years High Fiber has been a successful weekend benefit art sale created to generate support for both fiber artists and the Museum.
High Fiber showcases a variety of textile art forms including quilts, tapestries, sculpture, basketry, jewelry, wearable art, and mixed media pieces where fiber plays a prominent role.
High Fiber Under Five
San Jose Museum of Quilts
520 South First Street
San Jose, California 95113
October 22 – November 6, 2011
Janet will also have two quilts made in the eighties, while living in Houston, in the new book LONE STARS III: TEXAS QUILTS TODAY. The quilts will be on display at a special exhibit at the International Quilt Market/Festival Houston 2011 in November. The two large pieces are Reflections at Sunset (made in 1987) and Spiral Progression (1988). They will travel for the next year to other exhibits.
And if that isn’t quite enough, Janet will also have a piece in Quilt=Art=Quilt to be held at the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center in Auburn , New York. The show will run from October 30, 2011 – January 8, 2012.