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National Quilt Museum
Paducah, Kentucky
June 27-September 16, 2014
http://quiltmuseum.org/current-exhibits.html#B
KALEIDOSCOPIC XXVIII: The Great Round-Up|
Paula Nadelstern
2003, 51“x 72”

LAST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY: TAKE TWO

Nancy Halpern, Curator
June 27-29, 2014
Vermont Quilt Festival, Essex Junction, VT
KALEIDOSCOPIC XX: Elegant After Math
Paula Nadelstern
1999, 61" x "61

SEMPER TEDIUM: THE SLOW ART OF QUILTMAKING

July 1 – August 15, 2014
The studio art quilts in this exhibit were made over the course of more than two decades from the talented hands of four different artists: Paula Nadelstern, Katherine Knauer, Amy Orr, and Robin Schwalb.  The exhibition celebrates the “Slow Art” movement of artists who embrace “handmade” as a mantra, blending traditional process with modern techniques and assemblage.  The show revels in process, rejoices in community, and celebrates artwork created in “as much time as it takes.”  Semper Tedium spans a broad variety of artistic styles, from abstraction to representational imagery, and the use of materials that range from fabric to credit cards.

Morris Museum
6 Normandy Heights Road
Morristown, NJ 07960

PHONE: (973) 971-3700
EMAIL: info@morrismuseum.org

MASTERS 2 by Studio Art Quilt Associates

One quilt on display by Paula Nadelstern:
KALEIDOSCOPIC XXX: Tree Grate
by Paula Nadelstern

In 2014, the exhibit will travel to the seven AQS QuiltWeek events.
Feb. 5 – 8, 2014: Phoenix, AZ
Mar. 12 – 15, 2014: Lancaster, PA
April 23 – 26, 2014, Paducah, KY
July 30 – Aug. 2, 2014: Charlotte, NC
Aug. 20 – 23, 2014: Grand Rapids, MI
Sept. 10 – 13, 2014: Chattanooga, TN
Oct. 1 – 4, 2014: Des Moines, IA

KALEIDOSCOPE QUILTS: The Art of Paula Nadelstern

A solo exhibit of twelve quilts
Nadelwelt
Karlsruhe, Germany
May 23-25, 2014 

Quilt (R)Evolution: Art Quilt Retrospective 1979-2014

September 19-November 23, 2014
The Dairy Barn Arts Centers
Athens, Ohio 

2014 represents the 35th anniversary of the first Quilt National exhibition as well as the 100th birthday of the Dairy Barn structure. To celebrate both of these significant anniversaries, a retrospective of former QN jurors provides an introspective look at the evolution of the art quilt. Each juror will submit 3 works: an early work, a work representative of the year the artist served as a juror, and a work representing the artist's current body of work.

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