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Vintage original hand stitched textile art by Ohio quilt artist Linda Fowler, showing a bold pink spiral over an abstract backdrop resembling a landscape in many colors, accented with metallic gold stitching.
“Linda Fowler began applying her original arch designs to the quilting medium in 1980. Her persistent interest in quiltmaking as an art form led her to co-found the Quilt Surface Design Symposium (QSDS) in 1990, which celebrates its 18th year at the University Plaza Hotel Conference Center on the OSU campus in Columbus, June 2007. This symposium of classes and lectures draws approximately 350 participants from around the globe and is the most comprehensive and highest quality of its kind concentrating solely on various aspects of the art quilt.
Fowler was a guest lecturer and workshop leader for the Wexner Center for the Arts exhibition Landscape Confections and was the juror of The Artist as Quiltmaker VII for FAVA in Oberlin, Ohio in 2006. Currently she is co-curator of Pushing the Surface V, an invitational exhibition at the Johnson Humrick House Museum in Coshocton opening May 19, and QSDS Invitational 2007 at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center, opening June 6.
Fowler earned her master’s in fine arts from The Ohio State University. She has received grants from the Ohio Arts Council, Greater Columbus Arts Council and Ford Foundation. She also received a three-month art residency in Leipzig Germany from the Greater Columbus Arts Council. Her works can be found in the National 4H Conference Center in Washington, DC, the Merck Pharmaceutical Building in Philadelphia, Fidelity Investments center in Cincinnati, the Hospice Center in Dayton, the Good Samaritan Hospital in Springfield, the University of Cincinnati Hospital, and in the Columbus collections of Price Waterhouse, the Huntington National Bank, The Ohio State University, J.C. Penny Company, the Main Library, six other branch libraries, and Spagio Restaurant in Grandview, as well as many private collections.”
16.75” x 1.25” x 18.5” / Sans Frame – 13.25” x 15” (Width x Depth x Height)