Featured Artist Alexandra Kingswell

Contemporary textile artist Alexandra Kingswell creates stunning fiber art influenced by stained glass and based on mathematics.

Featured Artist Cindy Grisdela

Cindy Grisdela’s colorful, textural quilts are designed spontaneously, with pieces cut and stitched freehand.

Featured Artist Regina Dunn

One of the reasons I make art is to capture ideas that I’m currently exploring and express them visually. I began to think about changes that occur in nature and in our lives and how they seem to cycle.

Featured Artist Karen Lee

I would have never predicted the medium that suited me best is one that blends photography with fiber arts, but this unusual mixed media approach has offered me the most authentic expression of my inner voice.

Featured Artist Cecilia Calderon

My latest creations are tapestries made of a combination of fabric, rope, oil paints, copper, gem stones, beads and other natural materials. They have an ancient quality, abstract, but at the same time representing animals which reflects my concern and love of nature and our deepest roots.

Featured Artist Silke Cliatt

In my heart, I believe, I am an embellisher more than a quilter. My quilts are carriers for passionately executed embroidery and appliqué.

Featured Artist Katia Bulbenko

Artist Katia Bulbenko creates intriguing mixed media assemblages using a variety of techniques that blur the line between painting and sculpture.

Featured Artist Robin McCarthy

These images and ideas are put together into new, digitally collaged backgrounds which are printed onto fabric. On top of the new backdrop, I embellish with hand-embroidered illustrations that subvert the image into a new direction.

Featured Artist Heidi Hooper

I tried many different media, and after trying various fabrics and paper, and in a move that surprised even me, ended up making art from dryer lint. I liked working with the textures, and had to teach myself the techniques needed to make it look great. As I progressed, my work became increasingly complicated and more detailed.

Featured Artist Milla Malchow

I love the technique of free motion threading, it is like using thread as a paintbrush—combining my love of both painting and quilting.

Featured Artist Flip Solomon

My circadian rhythms were off and I was nocturnal so I started working through the night, invoking nighttime’s mystical energy while simultaneously honoring my own cycles. My excessive REM cycles gave me intense and vivid dreams so I started drawing them.

Featured Artist Cheryl Rezendes

There is an energy and passion that flows from the tips of my paint laden brushes, that rises up from the surface of the painted and printed cloth, emerges from the needle and thread then travels through my hands and onto the art piece in progress.

Featured Artist Bobbi Baugh

Everybody has a story. Every thing has a story. Whether we are looking at a person, or a structure, or a part of the natural world, what we see is not all there is. There is always more going on. That’s what interests me.

Featured Artist Linda Laino

To be “in” that magical space of experience and to come out of it with something to give to the world is both the artist’s gift and reward.