Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts Exhibit
Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts invites viewers to read quilts as maps  that give shape to our world. Spanning the 19th to the 21st centuries, the exhibition brings together 18 quilts from the collection of the American Folk Art Museum, New York, representing a range of materials, motifs and techniques. Like a roadmap, these unique works offer a path to a deeper understanding of the American cultural fabric.
Tane, Mexico's Most Prestigious Jewelry Firm
On a recent trip to Mexico, I was lucky enough to come upon a cache of silver jewelry by Tane, Mexico's most prestigious jewelry firm. 
Highlights from "What That Quilt Knows About Me" Exhibit
Last month, we showed a  preview of  the Museum of American Folk Art's exhibit "What That Quilt Knows About Me." The exhibit focuses on the relationship between the textiles and their makers. They range from traditional to outlandish. The Puerto...
What That Quilt Knows About Me
For the first time in several years, the American Folk Art Museum will feature an exhibit of approximately 40 quilts and related works of art. As the title indicates, the show reflects the relationship between the quilt maker and viewer with quilts having the ability to "know" the human experience.