Miniature Art Exhibit

After all of the years I’ve spent dyeing and printing fabric, I’m finally feeling comfortable making art with it, and putting it out into the world. Today is all about miniatures. I recently entered two of my miniatures in a show at the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. The requirement was that all artwork must…

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SAQA Indiana Exhibit and More

I can’t believe I forgot to post about our exhibit at the Audubon Park Museum in Henderson, Kentucky. Our opening was Thursday, August 19, and the show will be open through November 18.

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SAQA Collaborative Project

I mentioned quite awhile ago that I was involved with the Indiana SAQA Collaborative Project, and I can finally show you the results of this experiment. The project is based on the Telephone game a lot of us played as a child, only with textiles instead of talking.

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Inspiration in 2021 from Penny

Last week several friends took a 2-hour road trip to Mount St. Francis in Southern Indiana to see Penny Sisto’s new exhibit “Spirit of Love.” If you’d like to see her previous work, check out my three previous posts: 2012, 2014, and 2018. The 2012 posts tells a lot about Penny’s story.

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Back from QSDS

I am back from QSDS (Quilt & Surface Design Symposium) on the campus of Columbus College of Art and Design in downtown Columbus, Ohio.

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February 2019: Around Here

So what’s been going on around here this month? For Valentine’s Day I again made Dave a card. And since I’m back to hand stitching, I made this which reminds me of the string art from my childhood days. Do you remember doing that?

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More inspiration from Penny

Barbara and I headed over to the Carnegie Center in New Albany yesterday to get more inspiration from Penny Sisto. Barbara and I try to make day trips to see her art whenever Penny shows it. This post from 2012 was from her exhibit in Corydon Indiana where Penny met with Barbara and I to…

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Some inspiration from Penny

My good friend Barb and I took a day trip recently to Carnegie Center, just a two-hour drive from here, to see another one of Penny Sisto’s exhibits. I thought I’d share some inspiration from this talented artist. This year’s exhibit is called Earth-Tones and all of the quilts have been dyed with coffee. She…

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Tour of our exhibit

The 6-week run of our “Colorful Friendship: A Study in Fabric Surface Design” exhibit will be over soon and I thought I’d take you on a tour before we take it down April 1. The local paper wrote an article about Evi and me and our art. The cover art is one of Evi’s beautiful…

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