Artist tells stories through symbolic quilt patterns

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Artist Paige Crosland Anderson showed us her beautiful artwork where she incorporates quilt patterns that are symbolic of heritage, routine, tradition, and daily rituals. She will be part of an art market called the 1-3-5 Fine Art Show, taking place in Salt Lake at the Sugarhouse Garden center. It features local artists and we'll be selling original art at $100, $300 and $500. You can also find Paige's work year-round at Meyer Gallery on Main Street in Park City. For more information go to paigeandersonart.com.

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