Laurel Rudolph has always loved words but she is a woman of very few of them. So, when she started seeing quilts that said things, she realized she could use them to express herself. Quilts aren’t nervous in front of a crowd, they can speak for themselves, and their creative potential is unexpected, inspirational, and dynamic.
Wall Power proudly showcases how quiltmaking has become Laurel’s expressive outlet. She uses words, nature, bright colors, and beautiful fabrics in her quilts which span the range of playful to serious. Please drop in and enjoy this fabulous pop-up exhibition during Lunchtime Fiber (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to 2 pm) from February 8th through March 4th at the SEFAA Center. If you can’t make it in person, here are some virtual resources for you:
Blog Post – Member Spotlight: Laurel Rudolph
Wall Power – Virtual Exhibition
Wall Power – Facebook Live Tour
(Covid-19 remains a concern, so please be aware that you must wear a face mask covering both your nose and mouth at all times while in the SEFAA Center.)