Friday, April 18, 2014


  Trinity, 2011, 86h x 61w x 1d cm.   (34" x 24")

 Materials: re-cycled linen damask, light weight cotton foundation cloth, embroidered linen, procion dye, sewing and quilting threads, bamboo batting, backed with linen damask.  
Techniques: intuitively hand pieced using multiple foundation cloths, hand appliqué, hand quilting.  Photo: Klaus Rossler
Exhibition History
Although this small quilt is included in the Manitoulin Circle Project, it has two differences.  Rather than hang on the sanctuary walls like the other four large meditation panels,  this piece is intended to hang in front of the pulpit and is called an antipendium in the united church.  Only Judy Martin's hands worked on this piece.

It was installed June 2011 in the Little Current United Church, Manitoulin Island
It won an award for original contemporary design  at 2012 national canadian quilt conference in Halifax
It was part of Quiet Zone at World of Threads festival in Oakville Ontario, November 2012

Trinity was part of the solo exhibition, Mended World organized by the Thunder Bay Art Gallery (catalog)

September 13 - October 27, 2013  Thunder Bay Art Gallery, part of the Mended World Exhibition
January 19 - March 2, 2014  Art Gallery of Sudbury, Mended World Exhibition
May 2015  Homer Watson Gallery, Mended World Exhibition

Easter Sunday April 20, 2014,  The four panels and the antipendium are re-installed in the Little Current United Church for permanent display.

May 2017  Trinity is included in the (in)finite exhibition of Canadian textiles that celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Anglican Foundation of Canada.