Angela Moll


  Angela Moll's artwork ranges from wearable art to quilts, all using her screen printed and painted fabric as a point of departure. A native of Spain, she is primarily a self-taught artist. Her background includes studies on western 20th century painting, Chinese Calligraphic brushwork, as well as medieval book arts and family sewing traditions. She has studied in workshops with quilt and surface design artists such as Susan Shie, Kerr Grabwoski, Nancy Crow, Caryl Bryer Fallert, and Jane Sassaman. She also relies on a broad education in the humanities that led her to a Ph.D. in Spanish literature at UC Berkeley in 1993. In January 2000 she left a successful but too technical career in digital libraries and web design to devote herself full time to her studio work. Angela Moll exhibits her work at national and international quilt shows and at other renowned fiber art venues.

Selected Group Exhibitions


  • Quilt National, Dairy Barn Cultural Arts Center, Athens, OH
  • Layers of Meaning: The Art Quilt 2005, Contemporary Crafts Museum and Gallery, Portland, OR


  • Uncommon Threads, Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock, AR
  • Quilts for Change, Cincinnati, OH
  • Art Quilts at the Whistler II, Whistler House Museum of Art, Lowell, MA
  • Digital Origins, Eyedrum Gallery, Atlanta GA
  • Fibervision, New Frontiers, Solvang, CA
  • At the Cutting Edge, Ventura County Museum of History & Art, Ventura, CA


  • Quilts: A World of Beauty, International Quilt Festival, Houston, TX
  • Art Quilts at the Whistler, Whistler House Museum of Art, Lowell, MA


  • Quilt National, Dairy Barn Cultural Arts Center, Athens, OH
  • Fine Fiber, Art for the 21st Century, Hinsdale Center for the Arts, Hinsdale, IL


All images and text © 2005 Angela Moll and Thorsten von Eicken. All Rights Reserved.