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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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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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

I have been an artist since I could pick up a pencil. My father taught me at a very early age. We even collaborated on a ...

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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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Linda Hall

As a child, I watched my aunt use bullion knots to transform purple floss into lilacs. This sparked my interest in textile ...

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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, as a seamstress, quilter and hand weaver. While I enjoyed traditional ...

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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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Larry McKenney

I have always been drawn to the colors and textures of the natural and man-made environment. Working with fibers enables ...

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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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Nikki Nwosu

Fiber arts is my passion and my creative outlet. I enjoy every aspect from finding textiles and fibers in thrift stores (I’m ...

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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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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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Nancy Whittington

For me the pictorial space of the quilt is a place to connect the naturalistic with the symbolic. Often in nature I see forms ...

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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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Additional Members

In addition to the artist bios above, the following are also members of Art Quilt Network: Sue Alvarez, Deborah Anderson, Mary Bartrop, Martha Burleson, JoAnn Carlson, Nancy Condon, Elizabeth Davison, Roxana Deadman, Elisa Deadman, Gerry Fogarty, Carol Ginter, Deborah Griffing, Gilda Hecht, Mary Ellen Heus, Kathleen Loomis, Joan Maxwell, Edith Mitchell, Jean Neblett, Larry Nolan, Carol Neumann, Nikki Nwosu, Linda Scholten, Joyce Seagram, Ginny Smith, Aneta Sperber, M. H. Stewart, Anne Triguba, Susan Ritchie Voegtly, Jean Weaver, Kathy Weaver.