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February 10, 2014
At the start of the Great Depression in 1929, a new art movement called Regionalism was born, with paintings that were exclusively from the Midwest and depictions of simple rural life. The American Gothic, a painting by Grant Wood, is a landmark of that era. The next issue of The Quilt Life displays the results of...
One hundred and one years ago, Grand Central Terminal opened in New York City. A double-level terminal for electric trains, it was the first of its kind. Today, Grand Central is a world-famous transportation hub and destination, with nearly one-half million visitors per day! With esthetic differences as far-reaching as the populations that travel through...
Kathi Carter is the winner of the Best of Show Award at AQS QuiltWeek® – Phoenix, Arizona 2014! In an interview with AQS Show Director Bonnie Browning, Kathi explains the variety of techniques she used to make ISABELLE, a uniquely beautiful Japanese Garden quilt that was named after her granddaughter, Beginning with an eye-catching rose...