Cindy Anderson


Gary and Cindy (Olp) Anderson (June 18, 2011)

I have been a fiber artist for many years. Included in my arsenal of components are a variety of fabrics both commercially and hand-dyed. To many of my pieces I add embellishments. Those added features may be buttons, beads, vintage lace, portions of old quilts, etc. I have used both hand and machine quilting for added interest and to secure the art pieces together. I enjoy learning from and incorporating techniques of my fellow artists. These new methods have helped to evolve my fiber art pieces over the years.

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. You can find photos of my art in my portfolio.

Exhibits

Future Solo Art Exhibit, Raven’s Wish, Janesville, Wisconsin August, 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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