I have a wonderfully large inventory of original fiber art pieces; all of which were created by myself. I have always had the desire to share my love of art with the world by offering my specimens for sale. Earlier this year I approached a local art gallery to inquire about selling my art on their premises. My question was warmly received. Currently I have a small inventory of my items on display in their gallery. All of them are available for purchase.
The gallery is known as Raven’s Wish. A few of my items can be seen on their website. If you would like to see them you will find a link to my display below.
I will have a virtual solo exhibit at Raven’s Wish in August. Currently we are in the process of making the final plans. Once they are complete I will share a link to the show.
I can’t sign off without expressing my sincere appreciation for your interest in my journal and the many projects I share. Your participation is absolutely necessary to the continued success of this platform. With much certainty, I am confident that you have questions or comments you would like to contribute. Thank you in advance for sharing them.
The world of art has always brought me joy. From my childhood explorations with chalk and paint to my creations using fabric and thread, I have utilized art as my vehicle to stretch my wings and explore the world around me.
My favorite art form has been given many names; I know it as “free-form” quilting. This direction has taken me on a journey resulting in the formation of more than 200 art pieces. Most of them center strictly around the manipulation of fabric. Some of the later pieces have added elements of hand stitchery. All of them have brought me an immense sense of joy.
I use this blog to share glimpses of my art and the environment in which it is created. Most of my art pieces are available for purchase. You may see a sampling of them at Raven’s Wish Gallery in Janesville, Wisconsin.
My art is periodically on display in a variety of venues. To learn about my current exhibits you may send an email to cindy [at] inastitchquilting [dot] com
Now go and create your own masterpiece. With warm hugs…