Seldom seen together, QuiltCon West 2016 had an exhibit of the quilts of Molly Upton.
"Quilts of Molly Upton" highlights the work of Molly Upton, a pioneer in the early stages of the art quilt movement. Molly was known for working with velvet, silks, corduroy, and polyester blends. They range from huge to tiny, and demonstrate Molly's mastery of design. Molly passed away at the very early age of 23, but left an amazing legacy of quilting for us to enjoy.
This amazing exhibit was curated by Pamela Weeks who is the Binney Family Curator of the New England Quilt Museum. She is a quilt historian and an expert traditional quilter and contemporary fiber artist and has been a member of the league of NH Craftsmen since 1993.