Eye of the Quilter

I’m very excited to have two of my photos hanging in the Eye of the Quilter exhibit at International Quilt Festival this year. The theme for the exhibit this year is “Reflections” and we were asked to write a statement to accompany the photos explaining “how the image is used in your reflection as a quilter.”

It is always a thrill to see my work hung among other amazing artists and the exhibit this year is fantastic!  If you are here in Houston for International Quilt Festival, be sure to spend some time at this special exhibit.  You are sure to gain inspiration not only from the photos themselves, but also the artists’ statements.

Here are my two photos that are hanging in the exhibit:

As a photographer, I am always on the lookout for the "perfect light". But it's not so much the light itself as it is the way objects reflect that light that makes it so special.

"The Bean" in Chicago is a fascinating study of reflections. The view from ground level is completely different than the view from an upright position - a good reminder to always look for a unique perspective in the design process.

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