I give you this quote about the show from the website:
"Let Me Quilt One More Day explores the long-standing practice and art of quilt making in the United States. This exhibition, curated by Dr. Douglas Hyland, brings together an extraordinary selection of over 40 historical and contemporary quilts ranging from traditional to modern designs and demonstrating both the practical application and artistic range found in this medium. The themes of Industry, Emotion, and Art loosely group quilts that vary greatly in material and artistic style."
I was honored that I was invited to be one of the contemporary artists in the exhibit. I liked the way my quilt was placed on this very dark, almost black wall. I thought that the brightly colored piece almost leaped off the wall. The show was beautifully hung with lots of space between quilts. I promise to show more pictures when I go back in December.
It is a fabulous museum with an incredible permanent collection and fascinating changing exhibits. This exhibit will be up until January 4 and well worth a drive if you live in CT or MA.