First-time quilter Trish Wade of Sacramento is photographed with her piece quilt at the Brickhouse Gallery and Art Complex in Oak Park on Aug. 4. The Oak Park gallery is presenting an unusual quilt show, “Never, Ever Forget,“ showcasing African-American quilts and nationally known experts. These cloth works of art often contain a powerful message that transcends generations.
First-time quilter Trish Wade of Sacramento is photographed with her piece quilt at the Brickhouse Gallery and Art Complex in Oak Park on Aug. 4. The Oak Park gallery is presenting an unusual quilt show, “Never, Ever Forget,“ showcasing African-American quilts and nationally known experts. These cloth works of art often contain a powerful message that transcends generations. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
First-time quilter Trish Wade of Sacramento is photographed with her piece quilt at the Brickhouse Gallery and Art Complex in Oak Park on Aug. 4. The Oak Park gallery is presenting an unusual quilt show, “Never, Ever Forget,“ showcasing African-American quilts and nationally known experts. These cloth works of art often contain a powerful message that transcends generations. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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