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Sonia Martin Brown


Warehouse Windows
White Coneflowers
Signature Daisy
Cris Fee

I grew up loving to sew & draw.  After attending the first Paducah KY AQS show in 1985 I discovered I could combine drawing and fiber.  My current work uses paint/fabric and thread to depict realist portraits of people and animals.  My work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally.

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Some Days Are Like That_edited
After Thought
That Mysterious Blue
Carrye Lou Kearns
Carrye Kearns
Carrye Kearns
Carrye Kearns

Marie Kennedy

When people ask me what made decide to become an artist, I tell them that I didn’t decide – I was born that way. I always have loved to draw, paint, and make objects with color, texture, and imagination. My B.A. was in Painting and Drawing, the focus for my M.A.A.E. was mixed media. My mother was an excellent seamtress and her mother made a number of quilts for her family so I guess fabric is in my blood, too. I am inspired by almost everything in the world around me.

Carol Lang


I often work in series, using materials on a small scale to see where they’ll lead.  Sometimes these pieces become part of a larger quilt, or they might stand on their own.  Working in series allows me the freedom to make mistakes and I enjoy watching each piece improve and become more focused.

A World Divided
Warren County, Ohio
Connections II
Sally Lloyd


As I create abstract designs I experiment with color, pattern and shape on the design wall, and often plan the entire piece before sewing anything together.  Inspiration comes from the interplay of patterns and color, and concepts such as flow, synchronicity, and (dis)harmony.

Prismatic Spring
Unchained Melody
Priscilla Mrozek

History: Discovered how much I loved to sew when I joined the 4-H club as a teenager. I continued all kinds of 
sewing projects throughout my life. Recently I became fascinated with fiber arts and decided to join CQAFA.

Process: I form a plan on paper, make  pattern pieces, and formulate a color plan.

Inspiration: Contemporary Art

Blue Sea
Mountain Village
Midnight Sonata
Sue Paas
Flower Challenge
Robbie Porter

What I find most exciting about

Fiber Art

is the variety of ways

cloth and fibers can be assembled

and how beautifully this art form

accepts surface embellishments.


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Daisy Field Exploration
The Garden of Lacy Delights
Carole Price
Sounds of Woods
Love Many Things
Lotus Pods
Judy Shaffer


After retirement, and inspired by the fiber medium, I bought a sewing machine and climbed onto a brand new learning curve.

Coming from a background of science I find comfort in Clarity. 

I create by virtue of the safety of nature, through the focus of my camera while implementing a dominant process of free motion stitching.

I am a thread painter.

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Jenni Stanley
Oslo Summer
Spring Whimsy
Nanas Drawer
Carole Gary Staples
Carole Gary Staples
Carole Gary Staples
Carole Gary Staples
Barbara Stewart

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Sing a Song 2
Helen Stringer
Smell the Roses
Violet Bird
Cynthia Supe
Serendipity Exercise #2
Lincoln's Ocean
Key Challenge
Betsy Terrill


 I draw, cut and stitch my way creatively, sometimes adding paint and other embellishment.  I use both literal and abstracted views to share my impressions of life. I sometimes say I create for my own amazement and amusement, but it is more than that; I enjoy sharing my visual thoughts with others.  I am happiest when I am creating.

Twilight Suns
Autumn of My Life
Lynn Ticotsky


Artist since age 4 when I received my first box of colored pencils. MFA Painting RISD, closet fiber artist for years. ART QUILT commitment since 1993.

Technique/Process: Completely plan out on paper first, both design and color, and then transfer to fabric.

Inspiration:  Geometric forms; everything from nature; memories.

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Sentimental Journey
A Carpet of Leaves
Lynn Ticotsky
Dionn Tron


Amish quilts were my inspiration to view fabric as art. The vibrant colors and sparkle mesmerized me.  As I tried to emulate the magic of those quilts, I found working with fabric and color relaxing and soothing.  Working with various artists is helping me become more improvisational as I find my way as an artist.

Curves 2
Nancy Williams
Copper Woods
Who's Who
Biker Chicks
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