Celebrating The Mature Phase Of One’s Career

Louise Silk artist

I used to be very proud to state that I have over thirty years of quilting experience but as I was recently forced to realize that I’ve been a professional for over forty years, the feeling of pride turned into the fear of aging. How could I be old enough to do anything for forty years?

So in my inimitable fashion, I am diving into this mature phase of my career by mounting an exhibit at the American Jewish Museum this winter. I need your help:

First, make a tax-deductible donation to support the exhibit here. The Museum is free and open to the public. It deserves and needs your support!

Second, come visit me at the museum and bring some of your materials of memory. I will be working at the museum Mondays and Wednesdays from October 20th through December 3rd from 12:00 to 3:00. I will use the materials I gather to make an installation for the exhibit and those who contribute will receive a thank-you set of coasters using their materials.

It’s a happening not to be missed. You can support the arts. You can see me in process. You can get a free personal handmade item. It’s a win win win!



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  1. Sarah says:

    So cool you’re gathering other people’s materials!

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