Program Type:Exhibits & Art Shows
Age Group:All Ages
Internationally famous quilter in our midst!
The Farmington Historical Society in collaboration with Farmington Libraries present
QUILTS BY ED JOHNETTA MILLER
Ed Johnetta Miller is a fiber artist teacher, curator and lecturer. She is recognized around the globe as one of the most creative and colorful improvisational quilt-makers in the U.S. Her works are exhibited in the U.S. and internationally. Ed Johnetta's quilts can be found in many important museums, corporate and private collections like, The National Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.; Nelson Mandela’s National Museum in Cape town, South Africa; The Mariposa Museum and World Cultural Center at Martha's Vineyard, The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, CT; and, the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden, CO.
Ms. Miller's work exemplifies the historic riches of African and African American peoples here people.
"I want to impress upon young people, know your heritage."
Come see fiber artist Ed Johnetta Miller's beautiful quilts in the Jay Johnson Community Room
at the Main Library of The Farmington Library located at 6 Monteith Drive, Farmington CT 06032
The exhibit will be up until January 27, 2023
Ed Johnetta will make an appearance at the closing reception on January 22 at 1-4 pm.