"Not just a catalog of wonderful artworks but an introduction to an equally impressive person, this book is a fine example of creative spirit and artistic insight. Highly recommended." Library Journal
"Beautiful art monograph...full-color photographs and engaging text." Fiberarts magazine
"A page turner from quilt to quilt, each a tour de force of color and design."
"This book offers a rare and comprehensive insight into the work and life of a true artist...informative and inspirational." Selvedge magazine
"This book, like the author, makes a phenomenal statement about quilting, art, textiles, self-expression, [and] the creative process." American Quilt Retailer
"The stunning color [and] insightful text . . . combine to make this a book to please any quilter or lover of quilts." Piecework magazine
"The book succeeds admirably . . . an inspiring volume on several levels." Surface Design Journal
"[Nancy Crow] stands at the forefront of innovative quiltmaking and...is one of the premier colorists in contemporary American art." Jean Robertson, Smithsonian Archives of American Art
About the Author
Nancy Crow is an art quilter whose work is on permanent display at several world-class art museums, including the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute, the American Craft MuseumNew York City, and the Museum of American Folk Art. She is a fellow of the American Crafts Council, a member of the Quilters' Hall of Fame, and a recipient of the National Living Treasure Award. She lives in Baltimore, Ohio. Jean Robertson is an associate professor of art history at Indiana University.