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Regional Exhibitions

Bridge    

Oregon

Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) Oregon region is pleased to present a group exhibition of new works interpreting the concept of ‘Bridge’. The exhibit features the work of 25 fiber artists from across Oregon. 

Bridge

Korea Now     

South Korea

This exhibit features a variety of art quilt techniques SAQA South Korea has been studying over the last several years. The group collaborated to create three of the works. Through their artwork, these quilters incorporate unusual and interesting interpretations of life that surrounds them – sometimes joy and sometimes turmoil.


Life Along the Rio Grande     

Regions: New Mexico, Texas, Colorado/Utah/Wyoming

The wonderful variety of living things along the vitally important Rio Grande River is explored in this exhibition. Historical and cultural themes, scientific and geological topics are all represented by artists living along the river.

Life Along the Rio Grande

Local Color 3: Inspired by Science     

Connecticut Region

“Local Color 3: Inspired by Science” is a regional exhibition by SAQA Connecticut members, juried by Katherine Blossom, Arts Director at CT Hospice. 

Local Color 3: Inspired by Science

Made In Europe II     

Europe/Middle East

“Made in Europe II” showcases art quilts from makers in the many countries which make up the SAQA Europe and ME region. This SAQA region boasts many languages, cultural differences and influences.


Passages    

"Passages" can be an exploration of a moment captured in time or the instant of movement from one state to another. Whether it is thought as anon or a verb "Passages" allowed the artist the freedom to conceive a work which is representational or abstract.

Passages

Stitched Together     

Illinois/Wisconsin

The exhibit consists of 30 art quilts and was juried by Illinois fiber artist Sharon L. Wright. Contemporary art quilts with wide variations in artistic interpretation, style, and implementation will be shown. The length of our SAQA ILWI region is over 800 miles, from Northern Wisconsin to Southern Illinois. That area spans many miles of lakes, forests, farmlands, cities, towns, open sky and skyline. What inspires us? What makes us different? Similar? Our common passion for fiber art keeps us Stitched Together.

Stitched Together

The Declaration of Sentiments 1848 - The Struggle Continues    

Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma

Celebrating women's accomplishments and honoring their struggles throughout American History.

The Declaration of Sentiments 1848 - The Struggle Continues

Transitions    

Atlantic Canada Region

Nineteen textile artists from all four Atlantic provinces submitted one or two pieces of artwork for this juried travelling regional exhibition. 

Transitions

Wide Horizons VI    

Europe/Middle East

The expression Wide Horizons often evokes feelings of openness, exploration, experimentation, new work, new themes, new stories.

Wide Horizons VI