Thursday, January 2, 2020

Happy 2020!
My blog is 10 years old, wow,
I am grateful for being able to create art, and exhibit in my area.
During October 2019 I had a solo show in Mount Kisco Library showing my large art quilts,
and during December had a solo show in Warner Library in Tarrytown NY with smaller pieces. It is a nice way of showing local art to the community. Lately I have been enjoying working on a series.

Working in a series enabled me to explore different ways of  expressing ideas.
The top drawing is from 1975 quill pen and ink.
the bottom is fabric and thread: "Crossroads", 35Wx23L (inches)

Sunday, November 24, 2019

We can all be thankful for family and good friends! Take a look at these two latest pieces in my Sabra Cactus series. Happy Thanksgiving!

Monday, October 28, 2019

This is Fall 2019,
I feel very lucky that I participated in 3 exhibitions simultaneously this month:
One was a group show of Ossining Artists:OAC: "Think Big" with my Quilt:"Preservation". It has a combination of traditional style quilting with free art quilting.
Second is my solo exhibit of 12 large works in Mount Kisco Library, Oct3-30, 2019.
Third is a FANE ( Fiber Art Northeast) group at the Mahopac Library:"Signature Style".
and another at Somers Library with "Alphabetica". so actually 4!
Here are some Photos:

40 Days and 40 Nights

 Sabra Dance.

Saturday, July 6, 2019

Summer is definitely here; hot, sweaty, mosquitos, but on the other hand the pleasure of enjoying beautiful flowers, and swimming !
I was so lucky this year to create new fiber art and to participate in several shows:
My quilt "Forrest Veil" was entered and accepted into the SAQA theme show "Musica", which will tour to some venues starting with the National quilt museum in Paduka in March 2020. I am so honored!
I will participate in the  Art show at Howland Center in Beacon NY this Aug 2020.
Here is one of the Ruby challenge quilts to celebrate 40 years of my Guild in Westchester NY: Northern Star Quilt Guild:
"Wild Iris".

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

first year of retirement.

It seems like my first year into retirement went by so fast!
I had many plans to travel and create new quilts. I feel I am lucky. I got to visit Tucson during the Gem Show which was great, and then traveled to Israel. In between I got to work on and complete some fun quilts.
Seeing my family and friends in Israel, hiking and seeing some amazing beauty in nature was so inspiring and filled my batteries with new ideas and energy.

"A  different Angle" for The Landscape SIG theme: Architecture.
 "Obon". remembering a special celebration in Japan from 2014
"Lacy Fall" for the Art SIG: Lace Challenge.

Monday, March 19, 2018

My Own Town

My Own Town
I have been living in Ossining NY for many years, creating fiber art and connecting mostly with other fiber artists to enjoy this passion. Recently I have Joined Ossining Arts Council and discovered there are so many fantastic artists just in my back yard ,so to speak, how exciting!
I am participating in 3 different local shows as I am writing this.
here is a detail of a recent piece.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

This was so exciting to quilt during Chanukka, remembering 1st night of Channuka from my childhood. I believe it is Chanukka 1965. Celebrating freedom, tradition, family.