Artist, Quilter, Designer, Teacher and Poet
Liberty Worth is an artist, quilter, designer, teacher and poet. Graduating from Pepperdine University with a major in Fine Art, spent 6 years as a textile designer in the Interior Design industry and continued her art education over the years at The Art Institute of Chicago and Art Center. In addition to being a commissioned studio artist with a studio in Los Angeles, Liberty teaches high school art part-time in Santa Monica, CA - she has had multiple solo shows in Los Angeles, a permanent installation in the Cayton Children’s Museum in Santa Monica, CA and is the creator of “Where We Have Been & Where We Hope to Be” - a body of work and subsequent curriculum inviting people to process personal narratives focusing on racial healing in America through the art of the quilt. Liberty has been awarded positions such as a residency with inBreak Collective (2021), Grant Recipient for Culver City Arts District Projecting Possibilities (2020), and a teaching artist position at Craft in America (2020).