|Pepitas by Vicki Bohnhoff|
40" x 39"
"So many little seeds from one pumpkin! Camille Spurlock washed and roasted them in a pan and took this photo because the spirals formed reminded her of the Fibonacci spirals I was quilting." ~ Vicki Bohnhoff
|Heirlooms by Elaine Millar|
40" x 30"
"In late summer, tomato crops peak. This quilt depicts the light that would come through the window and reflect on the granite counter top, which is covered with the tomato harvest."
~ Elaine Millar
|Il Mercato by Jeannie Palmer Moore|
34" x 46"
"There is nothing more enticing than a display window at an Italian Market. Juicy, fresh tomatoes arranged among Italian olive oil, balsamic vinegar and wine tempt the palate."
~ Jeannie Palmer Moore
Food for Thought can be seen at the Gerald R. Ford Museum in Grand Rapids, MI, now through August 31, 2016. Then, Temple Railroad & Heritage Museum in Temple, Texas, January 31, 2017 through April 1, 2017, and George A. Spiva Center for the Arts, Joplin, MO, July 2018 through September 2018.