Wednesday, August 27, 2014

SAQA Benefit Auction

My quilt, "Red Circle" is in Group 3 in the SAQA Online Benefit Auction, September 29-October 4, 2014. See the link SAQA Benefit for details. Here's my quilt:

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Austin Fiber Artists Show at the Austin Bergstrom Airport

The Austin Fiber Artists have a show up at the Austin Bergstrom Airport July-October 14, 2014.  It is a really good show. If you have a chance, stop by and check it out. It is located at the Airside Gallery East location, between gates 7-8, across from the bathroom.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Quilt Alliance Inspired By Quilt Contest Exhibition and Auction

My quilt,"Blue Crossing" was selected for a Judges' Choice Award by Paula Nadelstern in the Quilt Alliance, Inspired By Quilt Contest Exhibition and Auction. I am so honored!

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Fiber Art on Display

Did I mention that two of my fiber art pieces are on display with the Austin Fiber Artists show at the Wesley Gallery in Dripping Springs?

Monday, November 4, 2013

Houston Quilt Show

Just returned from the Houston Quilt Show. Viewed some incredible quilts and connected with some great artists. I love the diversity the show has to offer. This year, our group quilt, 'Little Bird' was there. Fun, fun, fun!

Friday, July 26, 2013

Upcoming Fiber Art Show

I have a couple pieces in the Austin Fiber Artists show, “Fiber on the Edge” at the Dougherty on Barton Springs, Austin, Texas. There is an opening reception on Tuesday, August 6, 6-8pm. I would love to see you there. The show runs from August 3-28, 2013. Be sure to bring your family and friends! It should be a great show!

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Breast Pockets

Melanie Testa has challenged her artist friends to make 1000 breast pockets as a testament to women who chose not to have reconstructive surgery after breast cancer. I decided to join in her endeavor, and have made 18 pockets to honor friends and family. Eighteen is a spiritual number in Judaism. It is believed that the letters in the word chai add up to 18, so chai and the number 18 are symbolic for life. 

This project turned into a meditative activity for me. Caught me off guard. My sister, Ellen, passed away in 2001 due to breast cancer. For a long time, I could not deal with the breast cancer issue. As the years have passed, I am now able to acknowledge the villain that breast cancer is, and fight it in my own way.

 Here’s to my friends and family that have fought and are still dealing with the villainous ways of breast cancer. These pockets are a symbol of my love and admiration for you.








 Here's a link to Melly's blog: Melly's Breast Pockets