April 5 – December 1

quilt exhibition
Anna Pauly, Woodstock, VT

Billings Farm & Museum is bringing the rural artistry of barn quilts to our scenic site.  Barn quilting recreates the concept of quilt squares on durable mediums such as plywood. These squares, often 4 feet by 4 feet or larger, feature striking colors and simple geometric designs. 

Collaborating with Vermont artists as well as artisans from the Chelsea Barn Quilt Project and Barn Quilts of Northern Vermont who have been working to highlight barn quilting in Vermont, each space will host a uniquely crafted piece inspired by nature, math, agriculture, and the history of the Billings Farm site. Guests can wander through the picturesque farm and take in the boldly painted patterns that will adorn historic barns and buildings.

This exhibition is included with admission. 

As part of the exhibit, we are honored to share barn quilts created by 6th and 7th grade math students from Piermont Village School. View the gallery of student barn quilts.