Archive for May 2013

Florida SAQA Event

Adrenalin surge.  That’s what I got when I was able to meet up with a bunch of other fiber artists.  As far as I’m concerned, the combination of new friends, socializing, and quilts is almost as good as it gets.  So, when a recent event provided me with such a mixture I was on cloud nine! Sponsored by […]

Masters 2 SAQA Exhibit

I recently got to see the “Master Art Quilts 2” exhibit in my hometown.  It was especially exciting since the curator and book author, Martha Sielman gave a gallery walk.  It was fascinating to learn a little about the various quilts, their makers, and the artists’ processes! Since the gallery walk coincided with a SAQA (Studio Art Quilt […]

Speaking at My Home Guild

I always enjoy doing a presentation for a quilt guild.  But, it was especially fun when I got to do it for my own guild, in April. It was great to greet people whom I hadn’t seen in a while. And, of course, I LOVE to talk about quilts and creativity!  My slide lecture was […]

Note for a Friend #9

The last “note” in the most recent series: With the addition of hand embroidered trees, this piece is the closest to my original vision.  I also love the “goose bumps” quilting on the left and the blue hand stitching.  Maybe one of my favorite “notes.”   Click on any image for a larger view. This […]

Note for a Friend #8

  Click any image for a larger view See this piece framed “in” a see-through frame.  Enjoy the entire series. Ellen Lindner

Note for a Friend #7

My latest set of three “Notes for a Friend” is now complete.  Here’s #7.  Click any image for a larger view. And here’s a detail shot. My original inspiration was a cloudy winter day.  But two things happened along the way:  1 – I didn’t have the barely grey fabrics I needed for such imagery. […]

Fabric Bombing Details

The fabric bombing in my front yard is so awesome!  And I’m happy to report that, so far, it’s holding up to the elements – including a heavy rain. Check out some of the wonderful details.  (Click any image for a larger view.) The piece above was made by Katherine Robinson.  The hand is 3D, […]