Virtual Gallery of selected pieces will be available for viewing on October 1!
What do you do or where might you go when you seek a bit of peace and quiet introspection? Whether in a cathedral or a meadow, with a group of people or expressed in solitude, this exhibition asks makers to share the moments and rituals that nurture their souls and calm their spirit.
THIS CALL IS FOR AN ONLINE GALLERY
- Open to all SAQA members
- No entry fee (up to 3 entries)
- No size restrictions
Because this is a virtual exhibition, it is critical that submitted images be of the best possible quality: in focus, with clear details, and following SAQA's digital image requirements. Please read Virtual Gallery Submission Guidelines for more details.
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The domestic fabric and thread skills learned at home and school when young formed the basis of Alison's textile art which she has been exhibiting for over 30 years. Her work is held in public and private collections in Australia, USA and Uruguay. In addition to solo exhibitions in those countries, Alison’s art has appeared in 5 Quilt Nationals and other prestigious international juried and invitational exhibitions.
Diana’s quilt journey began over 30 years ago as a traditional quilter in Denver, CO. Her work took a turn to contemporary art textiles after seeing the excitement and direction of art quilts in the early 2000’s. What started as a hobby turned into a passion and she is most inspired by nature, interactions, and repetition. Her work has been exhibited in Quilt National, Visions, Art Quilt Elements, Evolutions, Q=A=Q, and various publications.