I met Sandi Goldman in the Artists In Residence program at the Schar Cancer Institute where we both work with the arts to promote healing. I knew she was a quilter but didn’t know how astonishingly accomplished she is until she did this interview for my blog and talked to me about her work, her inspiration and process. And how quilting has helped cancer patients through their healing journeys.
I think Sandi must have more color and light receptors in her eyes than a bumblebee does. Her love of design, her strength in color and texture combine to make her quilts far more than “nice sofa pillows.”
She is a well-known quilt artist in the DC metro area, has shown her work at many exhibitions and won many awards for her quilts. Her quilts are layered with texture, color, pattern and meaning, all brought together as stories told by threads. The rhythm and beauty of her work expresses hope, healing, peace, and joy. Continue reading “Creativity Talks: Sandi Goldman, Piecing Together Hope and Healing”