Teresa Duryea Wong and David Owen Hastings will explore and dissect 10 influential modern, masterpiece quilts. You’ll fall in love with these quilts — and we’ll explain why.
WHAT MAKES A QUILT A MASTERPIECE?
This is a great lecture to discover more about modern quilting, and how art and quilting are inextricably intertwined. We’ll reveal how five key qualities combine in different ways to create spectacular results: scale, color, subject matter, technique and innovation.
See masterpieces made between 1990 – 2015 and experience the genius behind these exquisite quilts. Plus, Teresa and David will share a flash review of a select group of winning entries from past QuiltCon conventions.
Quiltmakers are Alabama quilter Yvonne Wells; consummate innovator Jacquie Gering; the incomparable Chawne Kimber; beloved mentor Gwen Marston; colorful Australian Brenda Gael Smith; Argentinian star Cecilia Koppmann; minimalist perfectionist Carson Converse; Japanese master artist Yoshiko Jinzenji; engaging and inventive Erick Wolfmeyer; and iconic Nancy Crow.
If you didn’t get to hear our lecture at QuiltCon 2023 in Atlanta, this is a great way to bring the experience right to your guild and it’s members. Contact David to book, and get two presenters for the price of one!
Available via Zoom
This live stream lecture is available to book using Zoom technology. It is 1 hour long with up to 30 minutes for Q&A.
Contact David to book this lecture for your guild.