I’ve Got a Great Spot at Shifting Tides

My quilt “Whither the Waterfront?” occupies a terrific spot at the newly opened “Shifting Tides” exhibition in the “Works/San Jose” gallery: right in the entry of the exhibition. There’s also a reproduction in the front window, shown above.Read more

Shifting Tides Opens April 19th

“Shifting Tides: Convergence in Cloth” opens Friday April 19, 2019 at Works/San José, with an artists’ reception on Saturday April 20, from 1:30–3 p.m. I’m honored that my piece “Whither the Waterfront?” is among the 46 art quilts juried into thisRead more

Shifting Tides Catalog Available

The catalog for “Shifting Tides: Convergence in Cloth” is now available for purchase. It contains 46 art quilts—including my piece “Whither the Waterfront?”—that reflect the Pacific Ocean ecosystem, its natural diversity, and the human activitiesRead more

Juried into “Forced to Flee”

My quilt, “Liberty Deconstructed/Reconstructed,” has been juried into “Forced to Flee,” an inter-national Studio Art Quilt Associates exhibition that challenged artists to illustrate the issues surrounding global refugee crises. The show will travel for three years,Read more

I‘m Online at Visions Art Museum

My quilt, “Homage to Herrera,” is part of a new online exhibition at Visions Art Museum. The show, called “Links,” includes 20 quilts that will be featured through the end of the year. You can read more about my quilt here.Read more

Pix from Bay Quilt Shows

My quilt group, Bee Modern, just finished up a two-month show at Bay Quilts in Richmond, California. You can see pictures of most of the quilts by clicking this link. Many thanks to shop owners Sally Davey and Abbey-Shane for making such a great exhibition space available to Northern California quilters!Read more

“Bee Modern” Show at Bay Quilts

The latest exhibition at Bay Quilts in Richmond, California, presents 22 wonderfully varied quilts in the first half of a two-month group show called “Bee Modern: From Moderately Modern to Really Out There!” You can see the first group of quiltsRead more

A Celebration of Blue

The exhibition “Blue” in Oyster Bay, New York, is a delightful celebration of the color blue in contemporary ceramics and fiber arts. I had the pleasure of seeing the show on its opening day, March 7. A close-up of my contribution to the show, “Patch of Blue”, is pictured above. Sponsored by the Long Island CraftRead more

2 More @ PIQF

“Red Rock Island” and “Travers Van Deusen” have been juried into next month’s Pacific International Quilt Festival. PIQF will be held from October 13–16, 2016, in Santa Clara, California.Read more

Solo Show at Bay Quilts

More than two dozen of my quilts will be on display at Bay Quilts throughout November 2016, in a solo show called “Modern/Minimal: The Quilts of Cathy Miranker.” Located in a chic, former light-industrial space in Richmond, California, the newly opened Bay Quilts is a combination gallery andRead more

I’m On a Modern Quilt Panel

The upcoming meeting of the Northern California region of Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) is featuring a discussion of modern quilting, and I’m one of the panelists. Other quilters on the panel are Pati Fried and Tara Faughnan.Read more