Yellow Springs, OH
Pam Geisel grew up in Dayton, Ohio spent her first career as a graphic designer. Her quilts often have a strong graphic quality and she incorporates machine piecing, machine raw-edge fusible applique, and machine quilting including free motion quilting. Her quilts have embellishments such as hand quilting, couched yarn, and hand beading. She has made over 550 art quilts or framed fabric pieces including many commissioned works using customers’ wedding dresses, neckties, clothing, competition ribbons, and other items.
Her art has been included in national fiber exhibits in Oberlin, OH, Paducah, KY, and at the American Quilter’s Society’s Quilt Week in Lancaster, PA where she got an honorable mention. She also exhibits in regional shows open to all media including at the Dairy Barn Arts Center in Athens, OH and at the Rosewood Art Centre in Kettering, OH where she took home “Best in Show” for her piece “Early Morning Nine Patch” in a juried landscape competition.