When some in my small town wanted to create an art center out of a landmark church scheduled to be torn down, one of the criticisms went something like this: What kind of "art" are we going to find in this little town that people would want to come and look at?
I hope the naysayers are paying attention. These quilts prove there is enjoyable art to be found in small town America.
Lady in the Mirrror
Heirloom quilt, Log Cabin pattern, c 1935. This design was often used when the larger useful pieces were used up in other quilt patterns.
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