About Cindy

Gary and Cindy Anderson (June 18, 2011)

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 improv quilting. This direction has taken me on a journey resulting in the formation of more than 200 art pieces; most of them focus around the manipulation of fabric. Some of the later pieces have added elements of hand stitchery, buttons, beads, vintage lace and portions of old quilts, etc.

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 on this site. If you would like to view a sampling of them in person you may do so at Raven’s Wish Gallery in Janesville, Wisconsin.

I take special pride in each and every item I create. I welcome the opportunity to share them with you through an in-person visit, an exhibit, or best of all your acquisition of one of my items. Now go and create your own masterpiece. With warm hugs…

Exhibits

Solo Art Exhibit, Raven’s Wish Gallery, Janesville, Wisconsin July 25-August 25, 2020

Solo Art Exhibit, Blue Bar Quilts, Middleton, Wisconsin September, 2019

Threads of Life, UW Arboretum, Madison, Wisconsin September, 2019 – October, 2019

Etudes II, Anderson Art Center, Kenosha, Wisconsin January, 2019 – March, 2019

Explorations, Monroe Clinic and Hospital, Monroe, Wisconsin November, 2018 – February, 2019

 

Thank you for your interest. To contact me you may do so through one of the following avenues:

  • Leave a comment here
  • Add a comment on my Facebook page or
  • Send an email to cindy [at] inastitchquilting [dot] com

 

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2 thoughts on “About Cindy

  1. Welcome to the adventure! I hope you have the time of your life! ❤️

  2. Thanks for sharing your story. I am a newbie quilter, and aspire to make free-form and hand painted quilts. I will check out Rayna Gillman’s book.