Friday, August 15, 2014

Pixeladies piece in Blue Line Arts' "Politically Charged"

War in Black and White, The Pixeladies (Kris Sazaki and Deb Cashatt)

The Pixeladies' "War in Black and White" is part of the exhibit "Politically Charged" at Blue Line Arts in Roseville, CA from Sep 5 - Oct 11, 2014. Here is the link to the press release.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Priscilla Read's first Solo Show - Life Forms

Priscilla Read's first Solo Show - Life Forms

Earlier this year Priscilla Read completed her Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Visual Arts at UC Berkeley Extension. Work from her portfolio will be on display at:

UC Berkeley Extension
Art and Design Center
95 Third St.
San Francisco, CA
Aug 7-21, 2014

Gallery hours:
Mon – Thu 9am-9pm
Fri – Sat 9am-4pm
Artist Reception Saturday, August 16, 2-4 pm

For more information, see her blog.

Monday, August 4, 2014

Aileyn Renli Ecob's Globe Thistle juried into two venues

Globe Thistle, Aileyn Renli Ecob

Aileyn Renli Ecob's quilt, Globe Thistle, is currently part of the Bay Area Women Artist Exhibit at the O'Hanlon Center forthe Arts in Mill Valley, CA. It is the only textile in the exhibit. The  exhibit runs through August 21, 2014.  

Globe Thistle has also been juried into the LaConner International Quilt Festival in LaConner, WA. That show is Oct. 3, 4, 5, 2014.

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Ann Baldwin May showing in two venues

Pack Animal, Ann Baldwin May
Shadow of the Lizard, Ann Baldwin May
Pack Animal and Shadow of the Lizard are in the FiberInForms show at the Michaelangelo Gallery, August 1-24. Located at 1111-A River St. across from the Tannery, Santa Cruz, CA 95060.

El Senior and La Senora Win Loteria, Ann Baldwin May
For those traveling to Southern California, El Senor and La Senora Win Loteria is in the juried Fiber and Art Quilt Show at the Escondido Municipal Gallery 262 E Grand Ave. Escondido, CA 92025 August 8- Sept. 23.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Forming Our Lives: Three Women, Three Phenomenal Stories at San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles

Forming Our Lives: Three Women, Three Phenomenal Stories
Forming Our Lives: Three Women, Three Phenomenal Stories will run from July 26-Sept 14, 2014 at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles.

In the exhibit Forming Our Lives, three women recount personal stories that have affected and continue to shape their lives.

Bonnie J. Smith found herself literally swimming upstream in her life after a work related injury forced her to use a wheel chair. Carol Larson was surgically shortened six inches as a teenager to make her a better fit for society. Cristina Velazquez’s work questions the world that says, “Women must be and do certain things.”

The artwork they have created continually asks the question, “Why do certain situations happen in our lives and how do we overcome them?” and gives insight into how three women have answered those hard questions.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Karen Flamme quilt juried into The Festival Gallery of Quilt Art: Home exhibit

Anyplace we hang our hat is home; Karen Flamme

Karen Flamme's quilt "Anyplace we hang our hat is home" is one of 19 quilts juried into The Festival Gallery of Quilt Art: Home exhibit.  It will debut at the Fall Quilt Market in Houston then travel for the next two years.

Friday, July 11, 2014

Northern California Inspirations featured on The Quilt Show blog

Our regional exhibit, Northern California Inspirations, was featured on The Quilt Show blog on July 11, 2014. You can view the slide show here. The blog post in its entirety can be seen here. The Quilt Show was taping new episodes for their show at the San Jose Quilt and Textile Museum when they came upon the NorCA/NorNV region's show at the museum.