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Artfully pieced original creations The challenge of using line, shape, color and contrast to interpret what I see is my objective. If I create something that will evoke emotion in the viewer, then I have truly succeeded.

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Commissions -                         I just finished a commission that was a lot of fun to work on and wanted to share a few details with you. My client wanted a scene of the Smoky Mountains and, to make it more personal, wanted a quotation featured in […]
Quilt Visions 2018: Connections - I was surprised and thrilled to receive the news that my work The Joy of Soaring was juried into Quilt Visions 2018: Connections! The exhibition opens later this year at the Visions Art Museum in San Diego and I’ll be sure to post the details of the opening reception here if you’re in the area […]
The Latest Issue of Machine Quilting Unlimited - I’m thrilled to have my work “Straight Furrows” in the March/April 2018 issue of Machine Quilting Unlimited!
Asymmetrical Balance – The Quilt Show Daily Blog - For those interested in design, see my article on asymmetrical design as featured in The Quilt Show Daily Blog posted on September 11.
Edge on the Verge - I’m privileged to be part of EDGE and in very good company. Here’s the latest info on our exhibition in Topeka which is opening soon: “… the verge, … that place of encounter described by Daniel J. Boorstin, the former Librarian of Congress, and our working place incorporating history and tradition with innovation and experimentation. […]
Art Quilting Studio - I am honored to be included in the Summer 2017 issue of Art Quilting Studio that’s just been published. This is such a beautifully printed magazine – their images are of such an amazing quality! If you are interested in purchasing a copy, the link is https://stampington.com/Art-Quilting-Studio-Summer-2017
West Wind - I’ve just finished a new work, West Wind, which is now posted in the gallery section of this site. This piece is slightly more abstract than my usual work, relying on line and shape to convey the sense of a warm summer wind. While there are a few branches to be seen, the details of […]
Lavender Honey - It’s spring and I have been influenced by sunshine, new green foliage and all the colors of the rainbow that flowers display. After a colorless winter, it felt good to pick out fresh, bright fabrics and work with them to create Lavender Honey, my latest work . This isn’t any one scene, but rather a […]
Exhibition at the Antenna Gallery - I’m very excited to be one of four artists who will be part of an exhibition at the Antenna Gallery in New Orleans titled Flora, Fauna & Entrails. The exhibition opens with a reception on April 8, 6-10pm and will remain on display until May 7 if you are in the area. Please see the link […]