© 2007 Pam RuBert Layered cotton fabrics, stitched with thread — 52″ x 80″ Shown at the International Quilt Festival in Houston as part of the Creative Force exhibit.
In my contemporary version of the myth of Pandora, PaMdora is sitting at her laptop box, out which has come good, but also bugs, viruses, spies and thieves. Look also for symbolic apples and windows, and the entire piece is quilted with spider webs. Her laptop says PaMdora’s Box on the keyboard, and her screen … Read More
Quilting with thread creates texture and structure and at the same time, communicates symbolic images and motifs. Quilting is a meditative process, and I think of the quilted line as a thread of thought wandering over the surface of the entire quilt. I imagine grass, wind, water, hieroglyphics, faces, tattoos and body art as I … Read More
“St. Louis – Wish You Were Hair” is part of Fiberart International 2010. Tour dates for the exhibition include: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and the Society for Contemporary Craft – April 17 – August 22, 2010. Memorial Art Gallery of Rochester, Rochester, NY – April 30 - July 3, 2011 San Francisco Museum of … Read More
by Ricë Freeman-Zachery, published by North Light Books 2009 – Features my quilts, drawings, sketchbooks, photos of studio, and ideas for inspiring creativity. Ricë worked hard at getting a ton of information out of the 12 artists who participated in this project. The book is densely layered with photos of art and information about things … Read More