Profile Type: Artist
Ann Brauer

I am constantly working to create quilts that use color, fabric and the traditions of quilts to create abstract landscapes and vistas of the imagination. My work is in numerous public and private collections including the new Federal District Court House in Springfield, MA, Surdna Foundation in New York City, the Museum of Art + Craft, New York City and The Lodge at Turning Stone in Verona, NY.

I have written numerous articles on my technique including Machine Quilting Unlimited in August 2012 and Quilting Arts in December 2012. After losing my studio to Irene in 2011 I have rebuilt and now have a gallery/studio space that is itself worth the visit. If you are near Shelburne Falls, do drop by and admire my views, my polished cement floors and of course my quilts.

While this is the best selection of my quilts, if you don't find just the right item--I will gladly make a custom quilt just for you. In addition I make a number of decorative accessories including table runners that stretch as long as you want, eyeglass cases with many very thin strips of fabric and a colorful assortment of pillows.




Contact Information

First Name: 
Job Title/Position: 
fine art quilt maker
Mailing Address: 
2 Conway Street
Shelburne Falls, MA 01370
Physical Address: 
2 Conway Street
Shelburne Falls, MA 01370
Last Name: 
413 625 8605


Profile Type: 
Primary Discipline: 
Visual/Crafts - Fiber
Year Founded: 
Institution/Business Type: 
Artist (Individual)
Activities and Services: 
Artist Market
Creation of a Work of Art (Including Commissions)
Geographic Reach: 

Affiliations and Accomplishments

Professional Associations: 
Studio Art Quilt Associations
Surface Design Association
Greater Shelburne Falls Area Business Association
Award of Excellence, American Craft Council--Baltimore Fine Craft Show--2006
NEFA Award--1991
Massachusetts Foundation for the Arts--1991

Accessibility of Services

My current studio is at street level. I am building a new studio at 2 Conway Street Shelburne Falls which is accessible.