“I (Heart) Summer,” 2008, 67in. x 68in., 100-percent cotton cloth, machine pieced and machine quilted
Even with a master’s degree in painting from Rutgers University, Judith Larzelere did not find her niche until she turned to fiber arts. Her colorful quilts are assembled using strips of fabric and a technique called “flip and sew quilting.” Her work has been shown all over the country—from New York City to Columbus, Ohio—as well as in Tokyo, where she was named one of “The 30 Most Distinguished Quiltmakers of the World” in 2003. Larzelere was featured in the October 2009 issue of AmericanStyle.
American Quilter’s Society Quilt Show — Paducah, Ky., April 22-25, 2009
SOFA Chicago 2009 — Presented by Snyderman/Works Galleries, Nov. 6-8, 2009
ArtQuilt Elements 2010 — Wayne Art Center, Wayne, Pa., April 17 -May 19, 2010
Quilt Visions 2010: No Boundaries — Oceanside Museum of Art, San Diego, Calif.,
Oct. 24, 2010- March 13, 2011
SAQA Creative Force — International Festival of Quilts, Houston, Texas, Oct. 30-Nov. 7, 2010
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