Dominie Nash


Dominie Nash constructs collage-like art quilts using fabrics which she has patterned with a variety of surface design processes, including immersion dyeing, painting with dyes and pigments, screen-,mono-,and ink-printing, chemical resist, and discharge. The surface is layered with dyed organza, which can enhance or change the color beneath it, and machine stitching and embroidery. She is a full-time studio art quilter, primarily self-taught, whose work is included in the collection of the Renwick Gallery and in many exhibits and publications.


  • 2005 ~ Still Reflections: Art Quilts of Dominie Nash and Jean Neblett, San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, California
  • 2005 ~ Quilt Art 20: New Work from the European Quilt Art group, opening in  Glasgow, Scotland and travelling.
  • 2005 ~ Layers of Meaning, Contemporary Crafts Museum and Gallery, Portland, OR
  • 2005 ~ Rooted in Tradition: Art Quilts from the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, Foothills Art Center, Golden, CO
  • 2005 ~ Materials: Hard and Soft, Greater Denton Art Center, TX
  • 2005 ~ Form, Not Function Carnegie Center, New Albany, IN