Another visit to the MSU Museum, this time to look at quilts!
This exhibit salutes the quilts inspired by Cuesta Benberry, an African American quilter who spent her life focusing on African American quiltmaking in particular. Her legacy of scholarship was extensive and astounding.
Here are a few of the quilts I most loved from this exhibit, along with the descriptions that accompanied them (for my quiltmaking blog readers!)
(Sorry -- I've rotated and rotated this; it doesn't take!)
Quite a legacy, isn't it? I'm continually inspired by the beautiful work I see by quilters -- it's not my art; I don't have the patience. But how I love what you do.
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