Heather Pregger

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Art Quilt Elements 2018 March 16 – April 2018 Davenport and Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Galleries, Wayne Art Center 413 Maplewood Ave.

"Spotted Plaid #4" by Sue Benner. 18" x 18"

"Spotted Plaid by Sue Benner.

By Karen Schultz, 12" x 12"

By Karen Schultz, x

12" x 12"

SAQA Benefit Auction -- I bought a quilt!

RePiet (Tuning Fork #32) 12" x 12" © 2016

I love to work with a repeated unit or "motif." For several years now I have been using a unit that looks somewhat like a musician's tuning fork as the basic building block of my work.

"T" With Mondrian (Tuning Fork #30) 22"w x 28"h  2016 $450

I love to work with a repeated unit or "motif." For several years now I have been using a unit that looks somewhat like a musician's tuning fork as the basic building block of my work.

Tuning Fork #11 54"w x 72"h © 2013

I love to work with a repeated unit or "motif." For several years now I have been using a unit that looks somewhat like a musician's tuning fork as the basic building block of my work.

The Salt Marsh Near First Encounter Beach (Tuning Fork #29) 54"w x 61"h 2016

The Salt Marsh Near First Encounter Beach by Heather Pregger The abstract quilts in the exhibition "Material Construction" were inspired by Heather

Tuning Fork #4 57"w x 61"h © 2011

I love to work with a repeated unit or "motif." For several years now I have been using a unit that looks somewhat like a musician's tuning fork as the basic building block of my work.

Tuning Fork #6 54"w x 69"h © 2011

Tuning Fork has won the "Award of Excellence" presented by the River City Fiber Artists at Form, Not Function art quilt red pink

Tuning Fork #20 28"w x 34"h © 2014 $700

I love to work with a repeated unit or "motif." For several years now I have been using a unit that looks somewhat like a musician's tuning fork as the basic building block of my work.

Tuning Fork #17 29"w x 45"h © 2014 $1,000

I love to work with a repeated unit or "motif." For several years now I have been using a unit that looks somewhat like a musician's tuning fork as the basic building block of my work.