Gone but Never Forgotten:
Remembering Those Lost to Police Brutality

Virtual Exhibition

Gone but Never Forgotten: Remembering Those Lost to Police Brutality is a national juried exhibition showcasing 26 quilts that honor those whose lives were violently ended due to police negligence and brutality and critiques the targeting and criminalization of Black bodies throughout history.

This exhibition is part of Textile Center and Women of Color Quilters Network’s We Are the Story initiative. To see the exhibition at Textile Center, on view through December 24, 2020, make an appointment here.

Many of the quilts are on loan from the collections of the individual artists. If you are interested in purchasing a quilt that is for sale, please call into Textile Center at 612-436-0464 between 11 AM and 3 PM, Tuesday – Saturday. Closed December 25, 2020 and December 27, 2020 – January 4, 2021.

(Featured artwork: Clara Nartey, Charleena; Marilyn Hamilton Jackson, Say Their Names; Linda R. Asbury, Her Name is Beloved Speak Her Name: Secoriea Turner; Zoe Lautz, Sandra; Dixie Walker, Justice)

Joan Mondale Gallery - Textile Center

Individual Quilts

Photographed by curator Carolyn Mazloomi

Say Their Names!
Enee Ableman
St. Petersburg, FL
46″ x 42″
NFS

Her Name is Beloved Speak Her Name: Secoriea Turner
Linda R. Asbury
Stone Mountain, GA
21″ x 17″
NFS

Don’t Let My Name Fade Away
Sharon V. Buck
Newport, TN
33.5″ x 25″
$775

And Counting…
Ora Clay
Oakland, CA
26.5″ x 28″
$1,800

Justice Flatlined
Donnette A. Cooper
Washington, DC
35.5″ x 36″
$7,500

Last Cry
Cheryl M. Coulter
Bloomington, MN
30″ x 18″
NFS

Everybody Gonna Shine
Rebecca Cynamon-Murphy
Wheaton, IL
32″ x 54″
NFS

WRITING on the Wall
Deborah Fell
Champaign, IL
36″ x 26″
$1,600

Hands Up
Gloria Gammage Davis
Philadelphia, PA
25.5″ x 35.5″
$1,050

Know Their Faces
Gwen Gordon
Tucker, GA
37″ x 38″
NFS

Say Their Names
Marilyn Hamilton Jackson
Springfield Gardens, NY
31″ x 23.5″
NFS

Emanuel Nine Martyrs
Gloria Kellon
Shaker Heights, OH
60″ x 38″
NFS

I’ll Fly Away
Susan Brubaker Knapp
Chapel Hill, NC
42″ x 40″
NFS

Inspangered
Angela Lanier
Oxon Hills, MD
33″ x 36″
NFS

Somebody’s Child
Carol Larson
Petaluma, CA
34″ x 34″
NFS

Sandra
Zoe Lautz
Minneapolis, MN
29.5″ x 21″
$1,500

Invocation
Tomasita Louviere-Ligons
Austin, TX
48″ x 31″
NFS

Charleena
Clara Nartey
West Haven, CT
40″ x 30″
$9,000

View of Heaven from My Window
Gwen Triay Samuels
Albuquerque, NM
34″ x 35″
$1,200

George Floyd: A Tipping Point
Gwen Schagrin
Minneapolis, MN
24.5″ x 23.5″
$1,800

Not Minnesota Nice
Jill Slipper Scholtz
Eden Prairie, MN
23.5″ x 21.75″
NFS

Corona Virus with Police Brutality on the Fringe
Carole Gary Staples
West Chester, OH
26″ x 28.5″
$800

How Many Deaths Will it Take
Jane Hill Stokes
Lewes, DE
35.5″ x 35″
$1,500

Justice
Dixie L. Walker
Clinton, MA
35″ x 35″
$1,000

A Mother’s Lament
Janice Willis
Altadena, CA
32″ x 39″
$1,000

Mourning
Sauda A. Zahra
Durham, NC
27″ x 25″
NFS