Jane Kennedy

“I have always loved art and have worked in several mediums with pen and ink and watercolor as one of my favorites. After being bitten by the ‘quilting bug’ in 1992, I traded my watercolor palette for a fabric palette and my pen and ink for thread drawn through the point of a sewing machine needle.”

Jane’s quilts have been part of shows and competitions on local, state, national and international levels. Her work has had the distinct honor of being chosen to hang in AQS shows in Paducah, KY, Nashville, TN, as well as Des Moines, IA, Quilt Odyssey in Hershey, PA, Road to California in Ontario, CA, several Mancuso sponsored shows and IQA Festival in Houston, TX.

In 2005 Jane was asked by the Belmond Area Arts Council to hang her quilts in a two month single artist show at the Jenison-Meacham Museum in Belmond, IA, where she has one of her pen and ink and watercolor paintings in their permanent art collection.

Her art quilts have also been featured in magazines including Quilting Today, Traditional Quiltworks, Quilters Newsletter Magazine, American Quilter, and $100,000 Quilting Challenge, 2006.

Jane is the author of Winter Trees.

One Response to “Jane Kennedy”

  1. I have a print that you made and I love it. Just was wanting to know more about you. I lived in Iowa until
    5 years ago and have since moved to Sioux Falls, SD, to
    be closer to our girls and grandson. The print is of a lady with a parasol and lovely hat done in coral/pink, ink and watercolor. I am happy you also now quilt, my sister has been trying to get me to quilt for some time now. She has quilted for about 10 years. Thank you for your time. Norma

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