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SANDRA SIDER, Curator for the Texas Quilt Museum and a New York contemporary quilt artist specializing in cyanotype and other photographic processes since 1980. In Art Work you will find my studio quilts in public collections as well as quilts currently available for purchase and exhibition. (All my art work is created in a non-smoking, pet-free environment.) You can also learn about my personal quilt history, including quilts by others in my collection. The Publications page documents my writing in fiber art and art history; publications that illustrate my studio quilts are listed in the CV within Bio. Some of the exhibitions for which I have served as juror or curator can be found in Curatorial.” If you are interested in booking PowerPoint lectures concerning quilts as contemporary art or arranging for one of my quilt critique workshops or portfolio reviews, please take a look at the Teaching page.  The twelve volumes of The Studio Quilt publication series founded by me in 2010 can be purchased via Amazon.com. The series, which closed in 2013, documents a broad range of the quilt art genre.


                 Sashay (2016), 27.5 x 28.5 inches

On the Fringe exhibition juried by me, from art quilts submitted by SAQA members residing in northern California and northern Nevada.  The show premiered at the Texas Quilt Museum this past summer.


Firehouse Arts Center, Harrington Gallery
4444 Railroad Ave, Pleasanton, CA 94566
(925) 931-4848



Exhibition dates are March 9 - April 15, 2017

Reception on Saturday, March 11, from 1:00 - 3:00.  I will be giving a gallery walk at 2:00.  Illustrated here is my quilt Sashay created for the show featuring cyanotype prints of sashay fringe and garters. (Photo by Deidre Adams)