I have written about it before (number 46)
Hand dyed with procion dyes in 2002
This piece has been shown twice in public.
The first time at three person exhibition Family Matters in 2003 in WKP Kennedy Gallery in North Bay, the curator Dennis Geden put three artist-mothers together . Lise Melhorn Boe (who makes artist books and assemblages) and Cheryl Paguerk, a photographer.
The second time it was shown was in a solo exhibition in Guelph at the Greenwood quiltery. I had fan letters about this piece from the Guelph exhibition. I also used it a lot during trunk shows in the early 2000's when I did a lot of those.
Now, Ned and I have it on our bed every night. It is a large quilt - nearly 95 inches square, and is a perfect weight for summer, also a nice bedcover for winter. It is very calming - a minimalist Amish design.
number 46 2002