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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Getting Ready For The Exhibit

I feel like I have really been AWOL from here. The reason I’ve been gone is that I have been spending so much time getting ready for our “Colorful Friendship: A Study in Fabric Surface Design” exhibit that will open February 24 at the Krannert Gallery at University of Evansville. Last week I was interviewed…

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Carnegie Center Fiber Exhibit Closeup

As I mentioned in the last post about the Indigo Dyeing class at Carnegie Center for Art & History, we also visited the Louisville Area Fiber and Textile Artists Group Exhibition at the center. I took some pictures to show you and maybe inspire you today as they did me. Instead of pictures of the…

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