Owner & Award Winning Quilting Artist | Pamela Loewen

Pamela Stillman Loewen started quilting over 30 years ago, as a traditional quilt maker. Her early work was juried into national shows, such as AQS in Paducah, Kentucky and the International Quilt Festival in Houston, Texas. In 1999, she moved to New Zealand where she and her family lived for almost 8 years. There she had a pivotal opportunity in 2002 to take a class with Master Quilt maker Nancy Crow. The experience inspired Pamela to begin pursuing quilt-making as an art form. She continued to exhibit her work in NZ at the local and national level and her quilts were published in several issues of the New Zealand Quilter magazine. 

In 2006, Pamela and her family returned to the US and settled in Williamston, Michigan. She continued taking classes at the Crow Timber Frame Barn in central Ohio, where she studied with Nancy Crow and other leaders in the field of contemporary quilt-making for over a decade. 


 Pamela started dyeing her own fabrics in 2009 to have more control over the hue, value, and intensity of her textiles. Currently much of her design  inspiration comes from nature and her extensive travels. Her work has been juried into and won awards at Quilt National (The Dairy Barn Arts Center, Athens, Ohio) and Quilts=Art=Quilts (The Schweinfurth Art Center, Auburn, New York). One of her pieces was recently acquired by the International Quilt Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska for their Quilt National Collection. Click Here To See Pamela's Website

Contact Pamela: pamela@loewengallery.com

128 West Grand River Ave.

Williamston, MI 48895

(517) 588-6192

gallery@loewengallery.com

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128 West Grand Avenue

Williamston, MI 48895

(517) 588-6192

gallery@loewengallery.com

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