SAQA Interviews Nancy Cook

Our go-to reporter in Chicago, Clairan Ferrono, interviewed Nancy G. Cook , an artist from North Carolina who creates impressions of nature with fabric and thread. Generally her work portrays a natural specimen in exaggerated scale exploring the details that make that seed pod, that leaf, that bud special and…

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Pixels.com Launches New iPad App for Photo and Art Enthusiasts

Pixels.com has released a stunning new iPad app which allows art enthusiasts to browse through millions of images from more than 250,000 living artists, preview those images on their walls using the iPad’s built-in camera, and then purchase the images as framed prints, canvas prints, greeting cards, and more. The app…

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Ree Nancarrow exhibition: An Alaskan Perspective

Ree Nancarrow lives in a remote area of Alaska. She draws inspiration for her works from the natural world around her. Her exhibition An Alaskan Perspective is on display now through July 20th at the Visions Art Museum in San Diego. A resident of Alaska for 50 years, Nancarrow’s works…

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Fugitive Pieces Exhibition by Elin Noble

Elin Noble is in the art quilt news again with her exhibition Fugitive Pieces on exhibit at the Visions Art Museum in San Diego through July 20th. Inspired by Canadian poet Anne Michaels’ novel by the same name, Elin Noble states her series Fugitive Pieces, “seeks to express the range…

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SAQA Interviews Elaine Quehl

SAQA’s Clairan Ferrono interviewed Elaine Quehl recently.  Quehl is a long-time SAQA member from Ontario, Canada; She describes her work as “always aiming to evoke the emotion, awe and wonder I experience when I first encounter my subjects. Foliage, trees, flowers, and nature’s cycles serve as metaphors for my inner…

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