Susan Brubaker Knapp is a fiber artist whose work has gained a great deal of recognition. We see her often in magazines like Quilting Arts and many others. She has several excellent DVDs & books, which offer practical help & are “must haves’” for your quilting library. Her thread work is phenomenal. Her art quilts live up to […]
The first time I laid eyes on Frieda Anderson’s work, I was instantly in love with her work.What a feast for the eyes! The colors, the designs, the quilting, words can’t describe this wonderful artist’s quilts.
Wendy Sheppard-Just look at that quilting I first became acquainted with Wendy Sheppard through Diane Gaudynsi’s website. She was in the section of blog’s that Diane follows. Well, any blog that Diane Gaudynsi follows must be top notch, so I checked it out immediately! WOW, Wendy knocked my socks off, […]
An Interview with Ann Brauer
Ann knows color, the ins and uts of color.
Here’s an update from Tracy McCabe Stewart. Material Ways I am thrilled my piece, “Cave Series VII” is included in the Material Ways Show! Information below: Fine Line Creative Arts Center in St. Charles will host “Material Ways,” an exhibit of art quilts created by our Illinois and Wisconsin regional members of […]
Lisa has described her work in this way,“I design and create vivid geometric abstract contemporary quilts. Some people call these things art quilts, or studio quilts, or fiber art, or studio art quilts or any number of other terms. I prefer the term “quilts” but it conjures up images of our grandmother’s quilts.
And while traditional quilts are beautiful, they aren’t what I make, so I’ve added the term contemporary to better define my choice of art media. Whatever you want to call them, quilts are my passion. My goal is to become the very best artist possible and so I spend most of my free time making art..”
TRACY MCCABE STEWART There is no end to the list of talented fiber and quilt artists. It is unlikely I’ll ever run out of artists that I’d like to interview.So, I’ve chosen […]