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Solo Art Exhibit

Late in 2018 I received an invitation from Gael, the owner of Blue Bar Quilts in Middleton, Wisconsin, to display my art quilts in a solo exhibit. My response, after overcoming the shock, was absolutely! September of this year was set aside for my event. Yesterday the two of us sorted through, organized and put on display 64 of my art pieces. The experience was exhilarating!

I am overjoyed to proudly announce the official opening of my solo art exhibit titled Transformation. The event will run from September 1, 2019, until September 30, 2019. A reception with refreshments will be held on Saturday, September 14, 2019, from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Please stop by on the 14th to say hello and share in my excitement. I would love to see you. If you are able to stop by during the exhibit, please don’t forget to sign my guest book and leave a few comments.

Before departing I must say thank you to the individuals that have had an impact on my art. First on my list is Gael from Blue Bar Quilts. Thank you Gael for giving me this awesome opportunity! Your interest in my art has brought me so much joy! Next I would like to extend appreciation to the individuals that have had a profound impact on my journey. They are Rayna Gillman, Lisa Binkley, Judy Coates Perez, Pam Beal, Victoria Findlay Wolfe, Susan Carlson, Cindy Grisdela, Heidi Parkes, and Maday Delgado. Your amazing talent has helped me to expand my horizons and become the artist I am today. The last and most important person is my husband Gary. Without his unconditional encouragement and financial backing I never would have had this opportunity.

Now, make plans to visit Blue Bar Quilts some time between September 1 – September 30, 2019, to observe my solo art show and of course do a little shopping.

24 thoughts on “Solo Art Exhibit

  1. Wow congratulations! I somehow missed a bunch of your posts and now I am catching up. I remember when you were initially on your improv art quilting adventure that you should have a show someday – and now look at you 🙂

    1. It was an amazing experience! Thank you for the compliment.

  2. Cheers for the show! Too bad I am so far away.

    1. Thank you! It would be nice to have you there but I totally understand. 😊

  3. Way to go Cindy!! I wish I could go. Take pictures for your online friends ❤️❤️

    1. I wish you could too! I will. 😊

  4. Wonderful news. Congratulations and enjoy every moment of your solo exhibition

    1. Thank you so much! I will!

  5. Congratulations, Cindy!!
    That really awesome!!
    💚🌸🌼

    1. Thank you so much! 🌺

  6. Congrats! This is so cool…go forth and bask in the moment – your moment, your time to shine.

    1. Awe how sweet of you to say that. Thank you!

  7. Congratulations!!

    On Fri, Aug 30, 2019, 11:14 AM In A Stitch Quilting…A Blend of Art and quilting wrote:

    > Cindy Anderson posted: ” Late in 2018 I received an invitation from Gael, > the owner of Blue Bar Quilts in Middleton, Wisconsin, to display my art > quilts in a solo exhibit. My response, after overcoming the shock, was > absolutely! September of this year was set aside for my ev” >

  8. I am so looking forward to your exhibition! Congratulations!

    1. Thank you quilting friend! Hugs!

  9. Hi Susan! How fabulous! 64 pieces of your artwork being displayed is just amazing. I will see if I can get over to the Blue Bar Quilts shop to see them all on display. Then I can tell everyone there that I ‘know’ the artiste! ~smile~ Roseanne

    1. Roseanne, thank you for your thoughts! It would be awesome if you could visit. Gael and I would both appreciate it. Hugs! Cindy 😊

  10. Congratulations! What an amazing milestone! Everyone is going to love your work:)

  11. Congratulations. I would love to see your show, if only I lived closer to WI.

    1. Thank you for the kind words anyway!

  12. That’s amazing!!!