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If Quilts Could Talk: My Quilts, My Stories Volume 1 Paperback – June 15, 2012
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About the Author
Aisha Lumumba was born in Georgia in a rural suburb of Atlanta, known as McDonough, in the mid 1950’s. She now lives in Atlanta, and has a passion for many artistic mediums. Ms. Lumumba learned quilting by watching the elders make utilitarian quilts. Her first love was sewing and creating art projects with fabric which eventually led to quilting. She more than thirty-five years of quilting experience, not only practical uses, but as a form of artistic expression. Aisha Lumumba is an African American artist that unashamedly creates African American art. She has appeared on TV One’s Living With Soul, WSB’s People to People twice, and interviewed by various other media affiliates. She has published two cookbooks, a novel and was featured in A Time, A Season: A Visual Tribute to Oprah Winfrey spearheaded by Janelle Dowell, I Now Have A Ribbon by Ken Gehle, and Artistic Expressions by Quilters of Color by Ebony Stitchers Quilt Guild. She has installed Quilt Exhibits in many places, namely 5 consecutive years at The Atrium on Auburn Art Gallery Atlanta, Georgia; Birmingham Public Library Art Gallery Birmingham, Alabama; and the National Black Arts Festival Atlanta, Georgia. She has also exhibited in many quilt and art shows throughout the country.