born 1950, Connecticut
- 1990, M.A., Art History, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts.
- 1982, M.F.A., Tyler School of Art of Temple University. Spent 1980-81 in Rome, Italy.
- 1976, Skowhegan School.
- 1972-75, New York Studio School. Studied with Mercedes Matter, Andrew Forge.
- 1972, B.A., Middlebury College. Major: Studio Art.
- 2011-2019, 2022, Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, semi-annual returning residencies.
- 1984, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
- 1983, Cummington Cummunity of the Arts
- 1984, 1981, Yaddo
- 1980, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
- 1978, Millay Colony for the Arts
- 1976-1977, Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, seven-month residency.
- 1982-83, Syracuse University, Instructor. Taught Painting and Drawing.
- 1980-81, Tyler School of Art, Rome, Teaching Assistant. Taught Drawing.
- 1977-78, Hollins College, Roanoke Virginia, Assistant Professor. Taught Painting, Drawing, Survey of Contemporary Art.
1996-2006. Numerous one-day and weekend workshops for knitters and quilters on technique and color at conventions and festivals, such as The Knitting Guild of America’s conventions in Andover, Denver, Seattle, Springfield (Illinois); Massachusetts and Maryland Sheep and Wool Festivals. Also at quilt guilds, such as Milk and Honey Quilters Guild in Middlebury, Vermont. And at shops, such as Lunatic Fringe Yarns in Florida; The Wool Connection in Avon, Connecticut; Wild and Woolly in Lexington, Massachusetts; Valley Fabrics, Webs and Northampton Wools in Northampton, Massachusetts, The Creative Needle in Amherst, Massachusetts.
- Curated Quilts Magazine, issue #17, Polygons. Full page reproduction of Raspberry Lemon Cake, p. 10.
- Curated Quitls Magazine, Issue #10, Stripes. Full page color reproduction of Patch of Swiss Chard, p. 34.
- Uppercase Magazine, issue #51, half-page reproduction of Moondance, p. 79.
- QuiltCon Magazine, 2021, “From the Show,” Full page color reproduction of Flying Carrots, p, 32.
- QuiltCon Magazine, 2019, “From the Show,” Full page color reproduction of Piece of Cake, p. 43.
- Steve Kanji Ruhl, The Constant Yes of Things; Collected Poems, 2018. Front cover.
- Paul Smart, “Ritual of Construction at Kleinert,” Woodstock Times, May 18, 2017.
- The Ritual of Construction, 2017 catalog of the exhibit at the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY.
- Vermont Quilt Festival brochure, 2017, back cover.
- Simply Moderne Magazine #7, winter 2017. Full page color reproduction, p.9, of Fruit Cup Runneth Over in a feature article on The Vermont Quilt Festival.
- Joen Wolfrom, Color Play, 2014. Four quilts of mine are included in this book on color. Pages 7,18 (two quilts), 125. A segment of one quilt is on the cover.
- Linda Baxter Lasco, editor, New Quilts from An Old Favorite, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2006, 2005, 2004. My work is among eighteen selected each year for publication in annual book and concomitant exhibition at the Museum of the American Quilters Society in Paducah, Kentucky. The quilts were included in two-year touring exhibits that went to multiple museums and quilt festivals.
- Ann Feitelson, Quilters Newsletter Magazine, article, “Six-Pointed Stars,” November 2005, p. 62-64. Cover, April 2004.
- Ann Feitelson, The Art of Fair Isle Knitting, Interweave Press, 1996. In print for 17
- The Amherst Bulletin, 1987-1990, wrote weekly arts features and interviews.
- 2019, Vermont Quilt Festival, Purple ribbon (Exceptional Merit).
- 2018, Vermont Quit Festival, Best Use of Color.
- 2017, Vermont Quilt Festival: Blue ribbon.
- 2017, Vermont Quilt Festival: Blue ribbon.
- 2016, Vermont Quilt Festival: Judge’s Choice, Best Mixed and Other Techniques, Exceptional Merit.
- 2014, Vermont Quilt Festival: Judge’s Choice.
- 2013, Vermont Quilt Festival: Judge’s Choice, Best Use of Theme.
- 2012: American Quilters Society, Cleveland: First Place.
- 2012, Road to California: First Place, Innovative.
- 2008, Vermont Quilt Festival: Best Pieced Quilt, Exceptional Merit.
- 2019, Piece of Cake included in juried exhibit, In The American Tradition, Houston Quilt Festival.
- 2022, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008, 2006, 2005, Quilts=Art=Quilts, juried exhibit at the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, Auburn, New York.
- 2017, The Ritual of Construction, Kleinert/James Center for the Arts Woodstock, NY, group show with 10 painters, printers, sculptors.
- 1983, Keystone Junior College, La Plume, Pennsylvania. Solo show.
- 1982, 1980, Georgetown Art Gallery, Washington, D.C.. Solo shows.
- 1979, Hollins College, Roanoke, Virginia. Solo Show.