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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Two Fiber exhibits open at Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa

The Figge Art Museum in Davenport Iowa has opened two fiber exhibitions:  Innovators and Legends and Local Threads.  Innovators and Legends is a traveling exhibition organized by the Muskegon Museum of Art. It features over seventy pieces by fifty artists from the U.S. and abroad who explore the myriad possibilities…

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Report on the visit of Bethany Garner and Susan Johnson to the ranch of Karey Bresenhan, President, QUILTS INC. – a gift to SAQA and we were the lucky recipients!

Published April 11, 2014 on SAQA Central Canada’s blog: http://www.saqacentralcanada.blogspot.com/ Have you ever seen 100+ yr. old LIVE and POST OAK Trees??? They are all over the ranch in Texas and precious! As a SAQA member, and one of your Regional Representatives, the past month has been filled with wonder…

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Galerie Bohème to exhibit fiber art through June 4

Galerie Bohème in Calumet, Michigan presents  artworks from SAQA member  Bonnie Peterson of Houghton, Mich. and fellow fiber artist Dolores Slowinski through June 4, 2014. The selection of works includes Peterson’s “Heraldry”  a work created with embroidery and transfers on brocade fabrics. See more of Bonnie Peterson’s work at www.bonniepeterson.com

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