A Ribbon and the Story Behind the Quilt!
I am thrilled to share that my wholecloth quilt, “Morning Breeze” received a Second Place ribbon at Pacific International Quilt Festival last week! I can’t wait to get the judges’ comments back-I am much more interested in learning how I can improve than I am the kudos though. This is one of my largest quilts […]
Two Donations and My Classes in Houston!
I’ve got two donation quilts that are soon to find new homes: one is currently in the SAQA Auction going on now and one I’m sending off to Houston today for auction in late October. The Studio Art Quilt Associates annual Benefit Auction is underway-you’ll want to check it out. This year over 421 pieces […]
Santa Fe Overload
If my brain were a spreadsheet, all of its cells would be full and overflowing. The sheer wonder of my experience at the SAQA conference in Santa Fe overwhelms me. I met so many incredible artists that I hold in high esteem, I was professionally coached (in public!) on finding my voice and I savored […]
Santa Fe Textures
I just returned from the Studio Art Quilt Associates Conference in Santa Fe and I’m in a stupor. The word “amazing” is overused, but in this case, it applies. I am so overwhelmed by the sheer wonder of the experience, that today I am only going to post about the textures of Santa Fe. Texture-it […]
“Put Your Best Foot Forward”-Come See It!
The first ever Northern CA-Northern NV Region‘s exhibit for Studio Art Quilt Associates has opened! “Put Your Best Foot Forward” opened April 1st at Creative Framing & Gallery in Oakland. The exhibit features 44 one-foot-square works from 26 artists-including my “Jewel Box”. If you’ve not seen work in this diminutive format, you will be pleasantly […]