Lynn Koolish’s Theory

Recently Lynn Koolish shared her artistic process with Clairan Ferrono: Koolish: String Theory was made with acrylic paint on fabric. I was experimenting with the lines and shapes that could be made using paint in a squeeze bottle. I’m fascinated by the quality of the lines and the energy produced…

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Summer exhibits explore symmetry, shape, & silk!

Things are coming down to a “T” this summer and fall at the Texas Quilt Museum with the debut of three new exhibits: “Intuitive Symmetry: Works on Silk by Judith Content,” “Kimono Quilts and Kimonos,” and “Antique Four-Poster Quilts.” Collectively titled “Quilted To a ‘T’,” they will feature works with…

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New Joan Schulze Exhibition

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Opening at the Goodman 2 Art Center on Potrero Hill is Disappearing Conversations, a survey exhibition of the work of Joan Schulze (1971 – present) and Dan Abramson (1961-2012), highlighting their work in collage and mixed media. Each artist’s career has spanned five decades. Joan Schulze…

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