SAQA members and Fiberart for a Cause

“The 100, ” a fiber art fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, takes place on February 4, 2015. The goal for this fiber fundraiser for the American Cancer Society is to raise $10,000 in one day. For all the details, Click Here.   Many SAQA members are invited artists: Kathie Briggs…

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New exhibit opens January 30 at Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum

Without a Net: Stories and Investigations by Bobbi Baugh January 30 through April 28, 2015 at Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum Bobbi Baugh is interested in patterns and relationships—human, organic, and those that imply casualty and consequence. Sometimes she explores them in the role of artist-as-storyteller. Sometimes she explores them in…

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Marianne Williamson

  Marianne Williamson is an award-winning artist now living in Miami, Florida.  Her work has been exhibited at Quilt National in 2011 and 2013, and is hung in many public and private venues. You can see more of Marianne’s work at  https://www.movinthreads.com.  Clairan Ferrono interviewed her recently. Ferrono: When did…

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National Quilt Museum’s New Exhibit, ‘Distortion, From the European Patchwork Meeting,’ Showcases the Limitless Creativity of Fine Art Quilters Around the World

PADUCAH, Ky., April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The National Quilt Museum (http://www.quiltmuseum.org) is thrilled to announce the exhibition of “Distortion, from the European Patchwork Meeting,” which will be on exhibit from April 7 through June 24, 2014. They will be the only museum in the United States to exhibit this international…

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‘Beyond Tradition’ art exhibit takes fiber to new levels

Modern artists pay homage to older ways By staff reports. Reprinted with the permission of Ruidoso-news, Ruidoso, New Mexico Posted:   03/06/2014 07:09:20 PM MST “Beyond Tradition,” an exhibit of contemporary mixed-media fiber art, will be at the Hubbard Museum of the American West in Ruidoso Downs. A gala artists’…

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Getting Started as a Collector

Reprinted from the SAQA Journal, Fall 2013, page 30-35 by Cindy Grisdela How do you get started as a collector of fiber art? For many people, the journey begins with one piece that speaks to them on an emotional  level. For others, it’s the opportunity to own a piece by…

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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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