SYNTHESIS II opens at The Stone School Art Gallery

Newton’s Law, Catharina Breedyk-Law Synthesis II, a unified and yet dynamically diverse show, is a traveling exhibition that combines the work of 16 Canadian members of Studio Art Quilt Associates. SAQA is an international organization of artists, curators, gallery owners and collectors with over 3,000 members. Each of the twenty…

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Art Quilts 2014: How Does Your Garden Grow?

This year the Whistler House Museum of Art features an exhibition of  Art Quilts that explore the second line from the well-known nursery rhyme “Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary,”  How Does Your Garden Grow? It was up to the quilt artist to take this line and interpret it for inspiration. The…

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Marianne Williamson and her Auction Quilt

Marianne Williamson  spends her time between Florida and New Mexico – where she is trying to sell her ranch. With a tight schedule, she still manages to support SAQA in many ways: financially, with auctions quilts and with her time. Her auction donation,  Swaying Palms represents techniques she has been…

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2014 Scarab Club Fiber Exhibition

July 30th marked the opening of The Scarab Club annual fiber exhibition. This long running exhibition has showcased fiber artists in Michgan for many years. Mollie Fletcher, this years’ juror has an M.F.A. in fiber from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. She is an adjunct faculty member in the College…

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Fibre Content 2014

From September 9-16, 2014 Fibre Content will be exhibited in the Lee-Chin Family Gallery of the Art Gallery of Burlington, Burlington, Ontario, Canada. This is a juried exhibition of fibre art displaying the works of 124 fibre art quilts and mixed media works by 80 artists from across Ontario from…

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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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