Carol Ann Waugh Interview

Click on the following link to see an interview with SAQA member Carol Ann Waugh of Denver.  You will need to advance the recording to 18 minutes into the broadcast to see Carol. She discusses her journey in the local art scene, her work as a textile artist and her…

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Lisa Broberg Quintana, Feb. 15, 1960 – Oct. 6, 2013

Our friend, Lisa Broberg Quintana, died on Sunday, October 6, 2013. Self-described as  “Planted in Michigan, divided to Connecticut and transplanted to Ohio; Stage IV breast cancer survivor for 20 years, 1st occurrence at age 34; rabid quilter and gardener, lover of beauty,” Lisa was an energetic and trusted SAQA…

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Interview with artist Sue Reno

By  Clairan Ferrono for SAQA Blog Interviewed July, 2013 Clairan Ferrono caught up with artist Sue Reno for this interview during the month of July.  Sue was the SAQA.com Featured Artist in May 2013. Q. Tell me about your background — where did you grow up, and how did this…

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Martha Sielman – Interview with Brandy Lyn Maslowski

From Martha Sielman: I had a lot of fun being interviewed about SAQA by Brandy Lyn Maslowski for Canadian Quilt Talk. You can listen to the interview here. Explore Fibre: Episode 010 Canadian Quilt Talk – Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) brandylynndesigns.blogspot.ca Quilt Teacher, Speaker, Judge and the Host of…

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Art-quilt trends at Quilt National ’13

By Martha Sielman, reprinted from the SAQA Journal Summer 2013 The combination of Quilt National ’13 and the SAQA Symposium, Making Connections, was  a wonderful weekend. Those attending were energized by two days to focus on art quilts, see the exhibition and network with other SAQA members. Prices of the…

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Installation art

By Dena Crain Editor’s Note: In her article, Dena Crain clarifies the definition of installation art to “uncloud the notion of it” — as she stated in an email exchange — and describes two installations using fiber which meet the criterion. However, they are two of a very small number…

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Regina Benson’s installation artwork

by Carolyn Lee Vehslage The lack of installation of art quilts is disturbing because that means our genre is not keeping current with other mediums in the art world. If you go to the galleries in many of the major art cities around the world, such as New York City…

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