Welcome to my "virtual" art quilt gallery. Thanks for dropping by. I already know many of you from my numerous years on the quilting circuit. I look forward to meeting those of you who I don’t know in the near future. This site is designed to help all of you become familiar with my art quilts. There is lots to see now and more planned for the future. Make yourself comfortable, look around, and enjoy your visit.
Browse the gallery to see work for sale, work in progress, and some of my favorite commission projects. Find information about me, my presentations, workshops, upcoming events, and more.
I appreciate your feedback. Contact me by email or 301-879-8759.
Have a good time and come again soon!
Check me out in Issue 21 of Quiltfolk magazine. I am included in an article featuring the African American Quilters of Baltimore. You can order a copy here.
My quilt, Copy Cat is in the collection of a U.S. Senator
Copy Cat was inspired by a picture of concentric circles that I saw at IKEA. It started out as a grouping of 25 blocks in a 5 by 5 grid pattern. I separated 6 blocks out to make Copy Cat. The others ended up in a quilt called Invitro Circularization. Sometime around 2000 I think that I put Copy Cat for sale in the shop at the Textile Museum in DC. I didn’t know who bought it until I saw it on the wall behind Senator Hirono during a press conference that she was part of on MSNBC in September 2020. What a nice surprise!
United We Thread: A Baltimore Themed Quilt Journey
July 28 – December 10
James E Lewis Museum of Art
On the campus of Morgan State University
2201 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21251
Hours Tuesday – Friday, 11am – 4pm