Tuesday, October 8, 2019

News from Denise Konicek

Denise Konicek has been juried into:

BLUE 2019

November 7 – December 18, 2019
at Kathryn Schultz Gallery & University Place Gallery  Cambridge Art Association 
Juried by Sarah Montross, Senior Curator at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA

Monday, September 23, 2019

Regional Meeting Sept 21, 2019 at Blaines Sewing Center in Cranston

Nancy Messier shared with us her beautiful mini-quilts. We all enjoyed getting to touch and examine each one!
Nancy Messier









Show & Tell: 

Allison  (Sue helping hold quilt)

Veronica 

Veronica

Dixie

Ellen

Dixie

Sandra


Veronica 

Debb



Wednesday, September 18, 2019

News from Denise Konicek: Exhibiting at The Martin Group in Boston Design Center

News from Denise Konicek

My art quilt 'Key West Fantasy' has been chosen for the Cambridge Artist Association juried show 'Storytelling in Textiles'. Venue is The Martin Group in Boston Design Center, October 2 - 25, 2019. Over 100 entries, 18 artworks selected for the exhibit. Reception Wednesday Oct 2, 11am to 3pm at The Martin Group, One Design Center Place, Suite 515, Boston MA.


Tuesday, September 17, 2019

News from Anita Rabinoff-Goldman

News from Anita Rabinoff-Goldman

I'd like to share this article that appears in the Fall 2019 issue of B'nai B'rith Magazine.  It's about a project I did between September 2017 and October 2018 (corresponding on the Jewish calendar to 5778) entitled "Seeing Torah." 
 Briefly, over the course of one year, each week I read one portion of the Torah (Old Testament), studied relevances commentaries, and created a body of 54 quilted visual responses to what I read and studied.  More information is in the article which can be found at  https://www.bnaibrith.org/seeing-torah.html



Friday, August 30, 2019

News from Sue Colozzi

Sue Colozzi has recently had several of her quilts accepted into international exhibits.


  • "Salt Marsh Egret" was accepted into the 2019 AQS QuiltWeek® Contest in Fall Paducah, Kentucky September 11 – 14.
  • "San't Angelo - Wish I Was There" will be part of the  IQA  judged show, "2019 Quilts: A World of Beauty, Oct. 31 - Nov. 3." 
  • "A Perch Above" was selected to be part of the SAQA Global Exhibit, "Aloft." 
  • Two quilts, "Summer Planter" and "Roses in the Marsh" are currently featured in the Whistler House Museum in Lowell.  "Fiber Fusions: A Juried Quilt Exhibition" is on display now through Oct. 26.





Wednesday, August 28, 2019

News from Agusta Agustsson

News from Agusta Agustsson

I am having a solo show, Plastic Sea, Changing Earth sponsored by the Belmont Art Gallery at the Belmont Public Library. The show will run from September 8, 2019 till October 23. The opening reception is in the Assembly Room of the Belmont Public Library on September 14, 2-4PM.


News from Lee Sproull

I will exhibit two quilts in the show, Making One’s Mark, at the MCLA Downtown Gallery, North Adams MA from August 29 to September 21, 2019.  
From the curator’s description of the show:
Mark making describes the different lines, dots, marks, patterns, and textures we create in an artwork. it can be loose and gestural or controlled and neat. It can apply to any material used on any surface: paint on canvas, ink or pencil on paper, a scratched mark on plaster, clay or metal, a digital paint tool on a screen, the pattern in a weaving, even a sound can be a form of mark making. Artists use gesture to express their feelings and emotions in response to something seen or something felt - or gestural qualities can be used to create a purely abstract composition.

Lee Sproull