Meet our 2020 Quilt Judges

Black Canyon Quilt Show, Inc. would like to announce the two judges that will judge quilts entered into the 2020 Black Canyon Quilt Show to be held July 17-19, 2020 at the Montrose Pavilion in Montrose, Colorado – Cindy Brick,former editor for Quilter's Newsletter, an AQS-certified, ASA-affiliated and USPAP-trained personal property appraiser, and a professional quilt restorer; and David Taylor, two-time recipient of the Master Award for Contemporary Quilting from the IQA, the Brother Wall Machine Workmanship Award from the AQS, and a two-time Best of Show inner at the IQA's Spring Festival in Chicago. We are excited to have them share their expertise and years of experience with us. They will also be available for a meet and greet on Wednesday evening, July 15th along with announcing the winner of the 2020 Black Canyon Quilt Show’s Best of Show ribbon and their selections for winners of the Judge’s Choice ribbons. Select Events under the Education tab  for additional details.

 

Cindy Brick

Cindy Brick

AQS certified, ASA-affiliated and USPAP-trained personal property appraiser and professional quilt restorer

3700 N. Collins
Castle Rock, CO 80108

720-849-7105
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Cindy is an editor, designer and writer who travels the world teaching about quilting and quilt history.  She judged quilt competitions, with venues as varied as the International Quilt Festival, the Pacific International Quilt Festival and the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival.  She has written hundreds of articles and seven books.


 

David Taylor

David TaylorHenniker, NH


davidtaylorquilts.com

David Taylor was born in Peterborough, New Hampshire and currently lives in Henniker, NH.  His obsession with fabric gegan at an early age, salvaging tiny scraps from his mother's sewing area trash bin.

David's first quilt design was in 1999, collaborating on a fundraiser project for Strings Music Festival in Steamboat Springs, CO, with friend Madeleine Vail.  Madeleine encouraged him to keep after it.

Following a visit to Houston in 2002 for the International Quilt Festival, his obsession with fabric turned into an obsession for quilting as an art.

David Taylor is a two-time recipient of the Master Award for Contemporary Quliting from the International Quilt Association (2006, 2014), the Brother Wall Machine Workmanship Award from the American Quilters Socienty (Paducah Quilt Week, 2008), and a two-time Best of Show winner at the IQA's Spring Festival in Chicago (2007, 2008).  His works hang in numerous private collections.