Elizabeth Zimmer, Dance Theater Workshop, Peggy Choy Dance
…[E]ach dance piece was like a photographic image, clicked with a loud bang, imprinted on my memory.
Asian American Arts Alliance, Peggy Choy Dance
On behalf of Friends of the United Nations, I extend my support …and would like to involve …[TARGET:PEACE!]… in a United Nations International Day of Peace program.
[The piece’s] artistic theme of disarmament and world peace compliments the U.N.’s vision
Dr Noel Brown, Friends of the United Nations
…you made my dreams come true.
Leah Siegel (when describing the costumes Jillian made for her music video)
Thank you …for making my wedding dress. It’s been such a wonderful process seeing an idea become a reality.
Stephanie, private client
The sewers are the stars of the show…I just watch to see what hat Jillian has made this week…they are fascinating!.
Alexa Chung, talking Lifetime’s 24hr Catwalk
Jillian Maslow … was one of the artists invited to showcase her work… titled “Target: Peace …made of bullets, bullet shells,[and] dog tags…
“I didn’t know what to do, so I wrapped it up in cloth…The taxi drove through Wall Street and the police dogs jumped inside the cab to sniff my sculpture. I thought ‘great I’m going to go to jail for my art”.
Pavement Pieces, NO COMMENT art show 2011
Target:Peace’…was by far the most…innovative [and] engaging piece at the exhibition.
A perfect expression of style and social commentary…
Studio Phoenix , NO COMMENT art show 2011
Particularly fun are the three seamstresses [ including Jillian] who help the contestants in the final challenges, offering realistic counterweights to the sometimes impractical, often-delusional designers.
Variety, January 2012
…[The many] experienced seamstresses wind up stealing the show. There’s the lady with the wacky fascinators [Jillian]…[All of their] side-eye glances and caustic critiques work so well because, with countless years of expertise between them, they know exactly what they’re talking about.
New York Magazine Jan 2012