- Introducing “Tent of Protection” Fiction by Fiber Artist, Louise Silk (March 5, 2013)
- Quilt Artist Louise Silk Takes On Etsy (March 5, 2013)
- Another Occasion= Another Quilt (May 10, 2012)
- Groups Work Together To Make Quilts With Meaning and Memory (January 24, 2012)
- Louise will have a one-person exhibition at the American Jewish Museum in the winter of 2015. She will be working on site gathering materials of memory from viewers. Come watch her work Mondays and Wednesdays from 12-3. Consider a tax-deductible contribution to help with the costs of the exhibit.
- Louise participated in the AAP Curated Group Exhibit at Most Wanted Fine Art at the Garfield Gallery Crawl, Opening September 5th and continuing through the month of September.
- Louise created the High Holiday ark and bimah covers for Shaare Torah Congregation.
- In partnership with her daughter, Sarah Silk, Louise has developed a line of 100% recycled products called SilkDenim.
From the Artist
My name is Louise Silk and I am an artist, writer, and quilter living and working from my loft in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For over forty years, I have been creating art that combines aesthetics and functionality with meaning and memory for family, friends, individuals and organizations. My newest venture is SilkDenim, a web-based shop selling one-of-a-kind individually hand-crafted 100% recycled clothing, bags and quilts.
Blogs on Bubbe Wisdom
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The Quilting Path: A Guide to Spiritual Discovery through Fabric, Thread, and Kabbalah by Louise Silk is now available for purchase at SkyLight Paths.
Louise also maintains additional resources for the book online, including a forum in which you can discuss and share ideas from the book.
Embark on a multidimensional journey with Louise, acquiring and honing the skills necessary to engage in quilt making as a spiritual practice. Louise augments the information from her book The Quilting Path to guide students through original quilting projects that transform pieces of cloth into family heirlooms, each with its own history, memory and significance.