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Stitches in time

  • COURTESY MARGARET TERUYA
    Freestyle quilter Margaret Teruya is the featured artist in Hawaii Quilt Guild’s annual exhibit, on display through April 6 at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. Seventeen of her works are included in the show. This one, “Before,” depicts a Japanese village moments before the 2011 tsunami hit, at left.
  • COURTESY DAVID WOTRUBA
    “My Hawaiian Garden” by David Wotruba was created with 6,000 stitches.

  • Hawaii Quilt Guild rings in its 30th year with a show of 150 works, each with its own story.
  • COURTESY MARGARET TERUYA
    Freestyle quilter Margaret Teruya is the featured artist in Hawaii Quilt Guild’s annual exhibit, on display through April 6 at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. Seventeen of her works are included in the show. This one, “Before,” depicts a Japanese village moments before the 2011 tsunami hit, at left. The black bar represents the Richter scale, and at right, the wave hits shore. The wave references a famous Japanese print, “The Great Wave at Kanagawa,” by Katsushika Hokusai.

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