Link to Syracuse Post on ‘Quilts=Art=Quilts’ at the Schweinfurth Center, Auburn, NY

November 21, 2006

November 19’s Syracuse Post “STARS” section contains a review of the Schweinfurth Center’s current ‘Quilts=Art=Quilts’ show:

(If that URL doesn’t work for you, go to and search on “schweinfurth quilts” and the article will come up in the list of results.)


“Insecurity: An Installation by Julie John Upshaw” at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles – Pointer to Review on Metroactive, The Arts in San Jose

August 24, 2006

A review of Julie John Upshaw’s installation titled “Insecurity” at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles can be found on Metroactive – The Arts in San Jose.


An excerpt reads: “BY NOW, the ritual of security clearance at the airport has become second nature. The traveler passes through an electronic portal to the limbo of the departure lounge. In an edgy installation called Insecurity at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, Julie John Upshaw ups the anxiety level of that common experience.”

Through October 1, 2006

San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles

520 S. First Street • San Jose CA 95113

Bonnie Resta-Flarer on Fallon and Rosof’s ArtBlog

August 8, 2006

Libby Rosof and Roberta Fallon’s Artblog has been named one of the top art blogs by Art in America and today brought a post about the work of quilt artist Bonnie Resta-Flarer .

The review is on Artblog here.

Review – Lowell Quilt Festival – Pointer to the Boston Globe Article

August 7, 2006

A good review of 3 shows at the Lowell Quilt Festival appeared in the Boston Globe on August 3, 2006. The article, titled Stitches In Time by Cate McQuaid, contains many interesting comments about quilts as art and is a recommended read.

Ms McQuaid comments quite appropriately:

“The two juried art quilt shows at the American Textile History Museum and the Whistler House Museum of Art draw from a pool that probably includes both amateurs and professionals. The results, as is often the case with juried art exhibitions, are wildly variable.”

Article on Boston Globe Website