Friday, August 27, 2010
An exhibit by Rogue Art Quilters, which includes several SAQA Oregon members, is on display at US Bank in Ashland, across the street from Quiltz, from August 2 – October 29, 2010. Each artist used the same "river" fabric, and the river connects one quilt to the next. You can find more information on the show and photos of the quilts at the Rogue Art Quilters blog. Shown above is Fishing Buddies by Karen Bates.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
By using strong industrial grade steel for the homes, the fragility of our hopes and dreams are protected and nurtured inside. The explosion of fringe around the edges helps entangle and confuse negativity, keeping our dreams safe and sound.
Come see the work first hand and visit with Trisha in the North Park Blocks, NW Everett and NW 8th in The Pearl.
Saturday, September 4 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, September 5 10 am - 6 pm
Monday, September 6 10 am - 5 pm
Art In The Pearl
Friday, August 13, 2010
Thursday, August 12, 2010
At the Ocean's Edge by Kathie Kerler
Kathie Kerler was awarded first place in the Evolutions Exhibition at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum for her piece "At the Ocean's Edge." The exhibition asked that fiber artists expand upon the concept of a quilt to create something new in idea, method, or device. Kathie's quilt features a dimensional technique which uses strips of fabric sewn in a figure-eight that is flattened into mobius trefoils of triangular shapes. To see the top three quilts visit the museum website. (Photos by Mark Frey.)
Detail, At the Ocean's Edge by Kathie Kerler
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Karen Hanken's quilt, Everyday Barns and Family Farms, is the featured centerfold in the August 2010 issue of Quilt Life magazine. Karen's quilt can also be seen in the Oregon: State of Diversity show debuting at the Northwest Quilt Expo in September.
Monday, August 9, 2010
Paula Benjaminson (SAQA Oregon/Canada) will be teaching a Stampin’ Safari workshop at Fibers in Motion in Portland on Saturday, August 14, 2010 from 10 to 5. In the workshop, Paula teaches printing with hand-carved wooden blocks from Oshiwa Designs in Namibia, Paula’s former home in Africa. She'll cover everything from choosing fabric paint, tackling different surface design techniques for preparing backgrounds, embossing velvet, and foiling with the blocks. For info on the Stampin’ Safari workshop, please call Fibers in Motion at (503) 977-2758. Info on the Oshiwa blocks used in the workshop can be found here. More photos of Paula’s work can be found on Paula’s blog. (Photo by Annaliese Moyer.)