Hello, I have been busy in the studio gearing up for the second modern Quilt Con coming to Austin in February. This year, I have decided to create variations of the Bow Tie traditional block with a modern twist.
Dinner at Eight Artists Rituals Exhibit Premieres at The International Quilt Festival in Houston 2014
I am so tickled that Groovin’ on a Sunday Afternoon was chosen as one of the many inspiring quilts from Dinner at Eight Artists Gallery Reflections to be featured in the October/November Quilting Arts Issue 71.
As promised, I am still trying to catch up with news from last month. The Austin Fiber Artists were invited to exhibit at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport Special Exhibit from July 23-October 21, 2014.
My Mixed Media Cloth course at the Dougherty Arts School here in Austin starts soon. Details below. Hope to see you there!
I have just returned from San Antonio where I presented at the Fiber Artists of San Antonio monthly meeting. Have to say, these folks are wonderful, so inviting, engaging and oh so very talented!
Last night, I just attended the Opening Reception of Fiddler on the Roof starring the Trinity Street Players. What a fantastic show!
I am so tickled to at last reveal my latest creation, Groovin’ on a Sunday Afternoon, that has been juried into Dinner @ 8 Artists new upcoming Reflections, exhibit.
New Mixed Media Cloth class at the Dougherty Art Center is a six week course that meets every Tuesday from April 15th through May 20th of this year.
I have been doing a study on black and white using both representational and abstract art. I had intended to add touches of blue and chartreuse green but only minimally as accent colors.
I am so jazzed that I have been chosen to be a contributor to the new December/January 2014 Quilting Arts Magazine.