Artists

Christine Adams

My work is exhibited nationally and internationally. I share my love of creativity and the arts through workshops with other ...

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Mary Lou Alexander

For 25 years I was a Biological Anthropologist, studying New World Primates and teaching at university. In 2001, I quit my ...

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Deborah Anderson

Deborah Melton Anderson has been an art quilt maker for 25 years, having been inspired by antique quilts, ethnic textiles, ...

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Shelley Baird

Fabric is resilient. It can be dyed, bleached, painted, printed, burned, cut, frayed, glued, stitched, torn and mended. The ...

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Melani Kane Brewer

A Renaissance woman best known for her fiber art, Melani is equally at home creating art books and jewelry. A native of Ohio, ...

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Barbara Bushey

My main Interest as an artist is layering. The great complexities of the world seem best explored through layered constructions. ...

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Susan Cavanaugh

I make marks on cloth. I do this slowly, stitch by stitch, then pull the stitches tight and knot before dyeing. This is the ...

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Georgie Cline

I am a testament to lifelong learning. In 1993 a friend introduced me to Linda Fowler and Nancy Crow, who founded the Quilt/Surface ...

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Nancy Condon

I make art out of an urge to create something meaningful. I work in fiber out of a need to connect to the past. I merge graphic ...

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Annabel Ebersole

Annabel has had her hands on fabrics and paints from an early age. Her love of art has been a steady flame throughout her ...

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Petra Fallaux

I am a Dutch native based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I am a writer, curator and artist and help direct Springboard Design. ...

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Deborah Fell

My art is a reaction to my world and my experiences. Materials include cloth, paint, repurposed found objects and stitching. ...

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Randy Frost

My path to quilting has traveled through graphic design, painting and gardening, keeping sewing as a constant companion. ...

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Sandi Goldman

I am currently a member of Studio Fiber Arts at The Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, Virginia. My passion for Fiber began ...

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Kate Gorman

Line and metaphor are the elements of the stories that I tell. I lean toward the narrative, hoping to express universality ...

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Joan Hershey

I make fabric constructions because I want to see what happens when an abstract idea of how shapes might relate becomes visible. ...

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Bunnie Jordan

Quilting is an important part of my life and a continuing learning experience for me. It has provided a wonderful creative ...

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Judy Krol

Fabric and fiber have always been a part of my life but I didn’t discover quilting until I was a young house bound mother ...

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Vita Marie Lovett

Most of my childhood was spent in the small town of Quincy, MA. I was fortunate to have parents that encouraged my creativity. ...

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Carolyn Mazloomi

Dr. Carolyn L. Mazloomi is an artist, author, historian, and curator acknowledged as being among the most influential African ...

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Eleanor McCain

The need to create is an integral part of the human condition, manifesting itself differently from individual to individual, ...

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Vivian Milholen

Vivian is a fiber artist living in Northern Virginia. She is inspired by nature and the peace it brings. Her artwork is a ...

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Susan Nash

Susan Nash is a fibre artist who works out of her downtown studio, Studio 202, in Zanesville, Ohio. She creates primarily, ...

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Pat Owoc

Pat Owoc explores memory, both real and invented, and land, both real and imagined, as she creates fiber work based on family ...

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Frauke Palmer

I was born in Germany, spent my years three though nine in England, and then moved to Baltimore, Maryland. For many years ...

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Ann Rebele

Ann Rebele has a BFA degree from Ohio State University where she majored in Design. She has been making fabric art for over ...

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Barb Schlagbaum

My art quilts are a reflection of two areas of interest in my life. One is my playful side looking at nature especially tropical ...

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Joyce Seagram

Born and educated in Toronto, Canada, I graduated as a Registered Nurse, married, and started traveling. With my husband, ...

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Sandy Shelenberger

My work reflects my inner journey and the resistance to letting go; control versus release. I use several different surface ...

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Susan Shie

Like a child of mixed races, my work is a hybrid not necessarily at home or accepted by either culture. And for me, I think ...

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Sidnee Snell

The process of art making is as important to me as the product. I am primarily a quilt artist. The tactile nature and physical ...

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Gwen Surratt

As a fiber artist I am drawn to color, shape, texture and line. I look to the natural world for color, to architecture for ...

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Judith Vierow

While I no longer do quilts, I am still and always an artist. Having switched to painting about 15 years ago, my themes dwell ...

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Barbara Watler

Like all of us my personal experiences are one of a kind. I bring that individuality to my art quilts. I am a graduate of ...

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Sharon Weltner

Sharon’s lifelong interest in fibers and fabrics began in a very common way — learning various kinds of needlework ...

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Kevin Womack

Often, we tend to shy away from the difficult, the dirty, the potentially hurtful. If we allow ourselves time to reflect ...

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