Interview with Brenda Gael Smith on The New Zealand Quilt Show
Brenda Gael Smith is an award winning artist who designs and creates contemporary textile art in her home studio in Copacabana, NSW Australia. Born in New Zealand, she made her first traditional quilt in 1984, but it took until the turn of the century before Brenda returned to quiltmaking, which has since developed into a compelling and rewarding avocation.
Brenda is also an experienced curator, having curated and managed several themed textile art exhibitions that have travelled internationally to great acclaim. Brenda also teaches, judges, writes and exhibits her own work widely.
I got to speak to Brenda in person at the Christchurch Quilt Symposium where Brenda was teaching, lecturing, accompanying the exhibition ‘A Matter of Time’ (one of her curated travelling textile art exhibitions) and last, but definitely not least, was the chief judge for the symposium exhibition.
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