“Form, Not Function”

My work: “Units 27-Sunburst” is part of the exhibit, Form Not Function, opening tomorrow at the Carnegie Center for the Arts, in New Albany (Indiana).  It is the 10th anniversary of this juried exhibition which explores the world of contemporary art quilts and features this year the work of 25 artists from across the United States.  I am honored to be part of them.

Opening Reception, 10th Anniversary Form, Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie, Friday May 10, 6-8 pm

You can find more about the history of the Carnegie center here.

This work is 68″ x 68″ and is made with some fabrics I monotyped with fabric paints and some others I dyed with MX procion dyes.




4 Responses to ““Form, Not Function””

  1. Teddi Munslow says:

    Fantastic!!! Congrats! I knew you when 😉 roomie.

  2. Shirley says:

    Gorgeous Benedicte. You are always full of so many surprises.

  3. Carol Driscoll says:

    Congratulations Benedicte, This is surprising and delightful. One is compelled to look for structure! I think the artist had that in mind! Carol

  4. Karen Davis says:

    Hi Benedicte, I saw your piece yesterday at FNF and it is a beautiful piece! If I had any say, which of course I didn’t, Sunburst would have been my choice for best of choice.

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