A collection of new work by internationally recognized quiltmaker Nancy Crow is reproduced in stunning color in this beautiful publication. Penny McMorris, exhibition curator, interviews Crow for the book's introduction. AUTHORBIO: Nancy Crow is a traditional quilter who uses quilting as her medium to express her art. She has her bachelor and masters degrees in fine art in ceramics and weaving from Ohio State University. Her quilts have appeared on the cover of two Maya Angelou books - Complete Collected Poems of Maya Angelou (1994) and Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now (1993). Crow is the originator of Quilt National, Quilt/Surface Design Symposium, and the Art Quilt Network. REVIEW: Quilter's Newsletter Magazine says this book is "an excellent catalog of Nancy's work in mid-career with 19 color plates....and an introduction by Penny McMorris, who says Nancy 'has done more than make some of the finest quilts ever made. She's played a major role in encouraging the development of what, by now, has become an international art quilt movement.'"
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