Season Evans was born in Reading, Pennsylvania in 1979. She is a self-taught quilter and was influenced by the traditional quilt patterns she saw as a child in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Her quilts are rooted in the simple beauty and utilitarian craftsmanship of traditional quilts and shaped in form and function by modern techniques. Season believes quilting is a continually evolving tradition that tells the story of the juxtapositions of traditional craft and contemporary life.
Season has exhibited in solo exhibitions at Drygoods Design in Seattle, WA and her various group exhibitions include “HILO” at Inpost Artspace in Albuquerque, NM and “Color Forms” at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, WA. In 2015 her work was chosen to be a part of the Best of QuiltCon, an exhibit traveling throughout the US and abroad. She currently lives in Seattle, WA with her husband and two children.
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