Archive for the ‘Publications’ Category

What We Keep (pattern), Magic Patch, Les Éditions de Saxe (France), Fall 2018

Posted by ewquilts on September 4, 2018 in Publications |

Les Éditions de Saxe featured a pattern of my quilt What We Keep (2008) in the Fall 2018 edition

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The Making of an Artist: Desire, Courage and Commitment, Kristin Congdon, Spring 2018

Posted by ewquilts on July 18, 2018 in Publications |

On a bitterly cold day in February of 2013, I had the pleasure of meeting Krisitin Congdon at the Iowa State Museum in Des Moines, Iowa.  She was accompanied by Teresa Hollingsworth, my friend and co-curator of the show on view at the museum, The Sum of Many Parts, after it’s year-long tour throughout China.  The exhibit […]

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Portrait Erick Wolfmeyer: des quilts autobiographiques, Quilt Country, Les Éditions de Saxe (France), Summer 2018

Posted by ewquilts on July 18, 2018 in Publications |

A nice feature in Quilt Country Les Éditions de Saxe,  which includes a pattern of Smokehaus Rose (2010).

Read More blogpost by Suzanne Labry, October 2017

Posted by ewquilts on October 6, 2017 in Publications |

 I enjoyed working with Suzanne Labry for her thoughtful blogpost about my work. QUILT MARKET HOUSTON QUILT MARKET PORTLAND   Few objects are so loaded with meaning as a quilt, and it is hard to imagine another item that can encompass so many varied emotions. The quilt as an object can represent any number […]

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Quiltfolk, Issue 02 – Iowa, 2017

Posted by ewquilts on September 30, 2017 in Publications |

I was pleased to spy a bit of my quilt Portmanteau in Michael McCormick’s magazine Quiltfolk Issue 02 – Iowa.  Each issue of the magazine is less a periodical and more a luxurious book as the publication contains no advertisements.  My quilt is seen in the feature on the Iowa Quilt Museum in Winterset, Iowa. […]

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Quilt- & Textilkunst Patchwork Professional (German), March 2017

Posted by ewquilts on August 8, 2017 in Publications |

           Here is the original transcript of the interview questions I answered:   Information About Me…   I am a 49 year old, single man living and working in Iowa City, Iowa USA. My full-time day job is as a dispatcher and field trip coordinator for the local school district’s […]

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Dreamer (started late November 2016)

Posted by ewquilts on December 28, 2016 in Publications, WIP (Work-In-Progress) |

Currently working on another colossal scale quilt (~8.5 x 24 feet), working title Dreamer.  I’ve had the idea for some time.  I made a sketch while vacationing on San Juan Island in Washington state in early November 2016. I started mostly with fabric from my existing collection, as well as several pieces given to me by […]

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March 27, 2015 – “Art Quilts of the Midwest” book launch & signing event, Home Ec Workshop, Iowa City, IA

Posted by ewquilts on February 28, 2015 in Publications, Speaking Engagements |

Friday, March 27 @ 6:00P Home Ec Workshop 207 N. Linn Street, Iowa City, IA Author Linzee Kull McCray and I officially launch her new book  “Art Quilts of the Midwest” at this meet-n-greet and book signing event.   The evening will also include a screening of my video “A Piece of Me.” Artist List:Marilyn […]

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September 18, 2014, A Piece of Me; St Ambrose Buzz

Posted by ewquilts on September 23, 2014 in Exhibits, Publications, Speaking Engagements |

Unique forms of art on display at Catich by The Buzz staff writer Brooke Schelly Hanging on the walls of St. Ambrose University’s Catich Gallery are pieces that are not typical pieces of art.  These pieces are not comprised of brush strokes or captured by a camera.  They don’t display well in frames or require […]

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Quilters Newsletter, December/January 2014

Posted by ewquilts on December 16, 2013 in Publications |

“Bent but Not Broken: Quilting in the Great Recession”by Mary Kate Karr-Petras The article features my quilt “Rapture” (2011), completed during the 2010 US economic downturn as well as during the aftermath of the Haitian earthquake.

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