|Janet Brandt, Linda Eaton and Myself with Janet's Casket in the exhibit. And yes, that is her second one on the table next to it for a short discussion being held during the opening|
They have displayed it in such a lovely way, slightly open to see the embroidery inside as well and a few of the items scattered in the case. The walls are painted red to highlight the casket. Pictures of this piece do not justify it in any way.
It will be on exhibit until January 6th as part of Embroidery: The Threads of History.