‘Art of the Quilt’ on Display at Artworks Around Town
WHEELING — Artworks Around Town and curator Janet Sheehan are pleased to announce “The Art of the Quilt” exhibit will be featured in the north Galleries for July and August.
This exciting show features the work of the National Road Quilt Guild. The display will open with a festive Gallery Hop from 5:30-8 p.m. today, Friday, July 1. The reception is free and open to the public.
Made up of 30 talented women, the guild’s work represents many different styles and techniques. The stunning results show the diversity of subject matter, all created with needle, thread, cloth and a great deal of talent.
The group meets the second Tuesday of the month at the East Richland Friends Church in St. Clairsville.
The guild serves many charitable organizations in the Ohio Valley including, Harmony House, Tri-County Help and Foster Hope.
Some members participate in creating Quilts of Valor. These members focus on their mission to serve veterans and other persons affected by war by donating quilts for comfort and warmth.
The work of seven members will be on display for the months of July and August. Those members are; Gail Ruminski, Becky Kraley, Rachel Skidd, Sue Olinski, Rosanne Clouston, Anita Rogers, Pam Cleaver and Bobbi Rauschenberg. There will also be items for sale.
Artworks is a nonprofit art gallery and education center dedicated to serving the public of the area. Located in Wheeling’s Historic Centre Market, hours are 10 a.m. until 5:30 six days a week, Monday through Saturday. Ongoing workshops are available.
For more information, visit the website at artworksaroundtown.com.