Saturday, June 4, 2011

do not fold, spindle, or mutilate

                                                               (click to enlarge/read!)

I have an article in the current issue of the SAQA Journal, published by the Studio Art Quilt Association. The piece is about mounting art quilts on Plexiglas, a swell way to make the art have a finished look.

As you can see, my copy has already been used extensively ("used," as opposed to "read," as it has been serving as a cushion in my front passenger seat for various and sundry grocery bags, pony-packs of marigolds, those sorts of things).

I guess I kept it in my car in the hopes that some poor soul in a parking lot might want to read it. Well, that didn't happen. But, the piece pictured in the lower right did get accepted into the SAQA Regional Southern California/Southern Nevada exhibit. That exhibit will be at the Front Porch Gallery in Carlsbad this summer. Details later.


Jamie Fingal said...

Congratulations on your article, Pam! I love know how to use plexiglass on my art quilts! This is very useful. Glad it's on paper, so I can go back and reference it.

Pamela Price Klebaum said...

Thank you, Jamie. Let me know if you need any help -- a great excuse for girl time!

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