On Exhibit: Contextualizing Amish Quilts
Janneken Smucker In the early 1970s, art enthusiasts began to display Amish quilts from the early twentieth century on the walls of apartments, galleries, antiques shops, and museums, noting how their strong graphics and minimalist designs resembled abstract paintings of the post-World War II period. Prior to the 1970s, no one really had paired the adjective…
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Amish Twist quilt, pieced by Mary Clink, quilted by Rebecca Silbaugh. (Amish with a Twist III quilt design by Nancy Rink.) Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale
Quilt: "Chinese Coins" pattern -
Quilt: "Chinese Coins" pattern by ca. 1925–1940. A work from the collections of the de Young and Legion of Honor museums of San Francisco, CA.
The Creativity Project Week #33: Tara Faughnan - LELAND AVE STUDIOS
Tara Faughnan shares her "why" with Kim Soper as part of this week's installment of The Creativity Project. 52 interviews, 52 weeks. Don't miss it!
Home - The Festival of Quilts
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1stdibs Wool, Cotton Amish: Center Square Quilt
For Sale on 1stDibs - Although Midwestern Amish quilts were typically made of cotton, this fine example is of deep hues of purple and brown with black inner frames in wool.