Saturday, December 16, 2006

Imagine all the people, sharing all the world
November 22, 2006
I presented a new lecture, Narrative Traditions to 20 people in a workshop organized by the York Heritage Quilt Guild in Toronto Canada. What follows is a bibliography used for the images and content of that lecture.

The Extraordinary in the Ordinary, edited by Mary Hunt Kahlenberg,1998
African Textiles by John Gillow, 2003
Embroidery from India and Pakistan by Sheila Paine, 2001
Quilts: The James Collection by Michael Kile and Penny McMorris,1990
The Shining Cloth by Victoria Z. Rivers, 1999
The Techniques of Indian Embroidery by Anne Morrell, 1995
First Shapes, by Ivan and Jane Clark Chermayeff,1991
Colourful world by Amandine Guisez Gallienne, 2005
Embroidered Textiles,by Sheila Paine,1990
Signs and Symbols: African American Quilts, Maude Southwell Wahlman,1993
The World of Amish Quilts by Rachel and Kenneth Pellman, 1984
Costume, Textiles and Jewellery of INDIA by Vandana Bhandari, 2005
Matisse, His art and his textiles ed Hilary Spruling, 2004
The Quilts of Gee’s Bend ed William Arnett, 2002
Raiki Wara, Long Cloth from Aboriginal Australia Judith Ryan and Robyn Healy,1998
African Inspirations In Embroidery by Mary Sleigh, 2004
Robes of Power by Doreen Jenson and Polly Sargent,1986
The Art of Being Kuna by Mari Lyn Salvador, 1997
Labors of Love, America’s textiles and needlework 1650 – 1930 by Judith Reiter 1987
World Textiles, by John Gillow and Bryan Sentence,1999
Dancing Colors: Paths of Native American Women, ed C.J. Brafford and Laine Thom,1992
Printed and Dyed Textiles from Africa by John Gillow, 2001

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