Phyllis Stephens is an award-winning fifth generation quilt maker, considered by critics to be a Master of African-American Story Quilts, Simply stated her quilts are inspirational. She has quilted professionally for more than twenty five years. Her quilts have been displayed in some of the most prestigious museums and galleries in the world; such as The Museum of the American Quilter's Sociey in Paducah, Kentucky and the Fine Art Museum of Ghana Africa. It was a special honor for her to show in Ghana, being it is the fabric capital of Africa. Stephens acknowledges she is blessed, and her abilities are a gift for God, 'in Him there is nothing to add, and nothing can be taken away, He is a true and solid source"

 

 

 

"Sweet Amelia's Garden"
BEAT THE HEAT!
 TONIGHT,
step into a 'COOL' 
art gallery filled with music by jazz trumpeter
and art quilts by 
Master Quilter,
PHYLLIS STEPHENS
"Threads of a Story"
  
 Artist Opening
Saturday, June 7th, 6pm - 8pm
  
ARTIST TALK
6:15pm - 6:45pm.
  
  
  WIN A FREE WORK OF ART!
(must be present to win - GOOD LUCK!)
  
    
Exhibition on view through July.
Prices available upon request.
  
  
Stella Jones Gallery
The South's Leading Gallery For Black Art
201 St. Charles Ave. #132
New Orleans, LA 70170
        504-568-9050   jones6941@aol.com
  
 
            Garage parking available on Gravier Street     
      $5.00 ALL DAY SATURDAY!

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Comment by Susan Laine on June 13, 2014 at 10:54pm

Remarkable and amazing!

Comment by Denise Allen on June 11, 2014 at 5:50pm

I love this. Beautiful.

Comment by Cassandra Madison on June 11, 2014 at 12:57am

Wow, what a beautiful piece.  I would love to own something like this!

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