From Insects to Elephants

Mar 31, 2015   //   by Wisconsin Quilt Museum   //   Press Page  //  No Comments

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From Insects to Elephants: Mother Nature’s Menagerie — October 21 through January 10

Scientists believe there are over ten million different kinds of life forms, or species, on Earth!  Imagine trying to study and understand the lives, patterns and behaviors of so many different kinds of organisms.


In our current exhibit the Museum invites you to explore and recognize the wide variety of life forms represented by multiple fiber artists using different media.

Guest Curators for this exhibit are Linda Reuss Benson and Linn Woodard.  Image shown here is “Sharif” by Barbara Yates Beasley.

Opening reception is Nov. 8, noon to 3 p.m.


Have you heard about Susan Carlson’s “Stevie the Croc?”

We are thrilled to be the first to display her amazing 22-foot-long quilted saltwater crocodile!  Click here to learn more on her blog:  Croc Watch

Just announced:  Susan Carlson Lecture on Thursday, Dec. 10, 10:30 a.m. to noon.  Register now at:  Meet Susan Carlson

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