Judy Smith-Kressley

Last Modified: November 1, 2001

Judy Smith-Kressley - Point of Contention
Judy Smith-Kressley
Wayne, Pennsylvania

Point of Contention
Fiber
38 1/2 x 36 inches
1998
Catalog No. 42

Point of Contention was created during a time when I was coping with the untimely deaths of two friends due to cancer. They were both very creative people who had so much to give and live for. Designing this quilt helped me deal with the anger of losing two people so soon and wishing I could have done more to help them before they died.

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