Category Archives: Studio Art Quilt Associates
Peace on Earth Let us all join together to bring PEACE to all during this Holiday Season and throughout the New Year 2013.
Events coming up include my speaking at the Bristol Quilt Guild meeting this week. In 1993 ”Pain” (59H x 53W inches) shown below was juried into “Materials: Hard & Soft” at the Greater Denton Arts Council, in Denton, Texas. It is … Continue reading
Because I had to remove “Views – Country/City” from one of the Homer Babbidge Library showcases to deliver it to it’s new owner – I decided to fill the space with an an earlier piece that incorporates my lines. The … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith invites you to join her “Artist Reception & Gallery Talk” at WTHM on Sunday, September 23rd @4:00 p.m.
Line Dances – a 20 year retrospective of my work is being shown in three different area venues until October 19, 2012. Two of the venues are next door to each other – the University of Connecticut’s Homer Babbidge Library … Continue reading
SAQA’s One Foot Square Benefit Auction is their largest fundraiser and Studio Art Quilt Associates biggest income source after membership dues. For the 2011 auction, 309 artworks were donated and they raised $53,075. Full instructions as to how this year’s SAQA Benefit … Continue reading
Sunday’s opening was certainly a busy time. Lots of people, lots of talking, and lots of sales. I am very thankful to the many people that supported me in this endeavor. Of course my family, friends, and neighbors – but … Continue reading
You are invited to the opening of three exhibits at the University of Connecticut Libraries on Sunday, July 29th, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. in the Thomas Dodd Research Center and the Homer Babbidge Library – Stevens Gallery. View Workers at … Continue reading
This past week was spent hanging the pieces in my 20 year retrospective show “Line Dances” at the Homer Babbidge Library and the Thomas Dodd Research Center. A HUGE THANK-YOU goes out to Jane Recchio, Marketing Specialist at the University … Continue reading
Four years ago when we were in the midst of searching for a Presidential candidate for the Democratic Party, I was working on this piece that incorporated images of past United States presidents. At the time, there seemed to be … Continue reading