The Coal Quilt by Meg Callahan was created by deconstructing and expanding traditional quilt block patterns. Designed for The Black and White Quilt Show, this piece honors the traditions of quilting and its craftswomen.
The Lummi Quilt by Meg Callahan is one in a series of patchwork pieces that center around optics and geometry. The design features a skewed section of stripes creating a riff in an otherwise continuous pattern. Each stripe is attached by hand in a traditional quilting process.
From the Nina Cho’s Maung Maung Mirrors collection, Dawn is composed of three different colors of tinted mirror arranged to invoke a setting sun. With it’s artfully minimal composition and functional design, this mirror can stand alone or pair with Night.
The Karla Quilt by Meg Callahan is part of the rope series that explores a nuanced quilting technique in which piping is run through sewn channels to create a highly textural, linear pattern. This piece was conceived for Colony’s group show, Balance / Unbalanced, 2018.
The Iturbide Quilt by Meg Callahan features a linear repeat that is punctuated by the contours created in the patchwork construction. Available in a traditional T-shape to accommodate draping over bed corners or in standard rectangle. This piece was conceived for Colony’s group show, Balance / Unbalanced, 2018.