The art is called ralli.
The products are quilts.
Traditionally, these quilts are made by women in the areas of Sindh, Pakistan and western India. Some are patchwork quilts, applique, or embroidery. No designs are written down, but rather passed down from generation to generation, mother to daughter.
Naina is a textile artist and will be demonstrating the art of ralli at the Pacific Asia Museum, July 18th-21st.
Visitors may observe while Naina creates, enjoy finished works, and even purchase a quilt of their own.
Visiting Artist Naina Demonstrates the Art of Ralli
Thursday, July 18th-Sunday, July 21st, 12-4 p.m.
Special evening appearance on Friday (7:30-8:30 p.m.) during Fusion Fridays
Pacific Asia Museum, 46 N. Los Robles, Pasadena 91101
For complete info, visit PacificAsiaMuseum.org or call 626.449.2742