In 2002, Geeas Bend burst into international prominence through the success of Tinwoodas Quilts of Geeas Bend exhibition and book, which revealed an important and previously invisible art tradition from the African American South. Critics and popular audiences alike marveled at these quilts that combined the best of contemporary design with a deeply rooted ethnic heritage and compelling human stories about the women. Gee's Bend: The Architecture of the Quilt is a major book and museum exhibition that will premiere at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH), in June 2006 before traveling to seven American museums through 2008. The book's 330 color illustrations and insightful text bring home the exciting experience to readers while displaying all the cultural heritage and craftsmanship that have gone into these remarkable quilts.Our son Brian was now nine years old, and ita#39;s time for me to stop being a stay-at- home mom, so l went back to school and ... and started working for the air force as a dental assistant. l enjoyed very much working in the medical field. l did not know this ... Ring, aquot; and l put the final touch on it by hemming it. l made another baby quilt, this time for my niece in North Carolina. ... Making quilts of any size was really on the back burner now, because in 1995 l became a Jehovaha#39;s Witness, anbsp;...
|Author||:||William Arnett, Paul Arnett, Joanne Cubbs, Tinwood Alliance|
|Publisher||:||Tinwood Books - 2006|