To purchase a quilt

My fine art quilts are one of a kind. I would be happy to send you more photos or answer any questions about the artwork. Please email me at to confirm that the piece you are interested in is still available. I can accept credit cards via Square and will calculate shipping costs. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Hanging and caring for fine art quilts

Fine art quilts are easy to hang on the wall. They have a fabric sleeve sewn on the back upper edge that contains a wooden hanging rod (included, along with the small nails called brads). This hanging system is not visible from the front of the piece. If you prefer, the fine art quilts can be framed instead, and the small works in particular look nice framed. If you decide to have a piece framed, just make sure the glass doesn’t touch the artwork.

IMPORTANT: These quilts must not be hung in direct sunlight as that will cause fading. To clean, vacuum occasionally through a screen. Don’t wash or dry clean.

To license images of my work

You may license images of my fine art quilts to use on book covers, CD covers, annual reports, wrapping paper, greeting cards, and other products. I charge standard rates and have hi resolution images available. Here are some samples of my work as it appears on college textbook covers:




Commission a quilt

Beans, tomatoes, parsley, curry–all of these ingredients found their way into “Soup Art,” a commission for the lobby of a soup company!  Before beginning the project I took a tour of the company, eyed their giant vats of chopped vegetables, and tasted many of their soups.  I have enjoyed this and other commissions and would welcome the opportunity to discuss a project with you. Please email me at