Saturday, June 11, 2005

Finally...an art critique group!

I blew my goal I had for yesterday...BUT today I made it to a meeting of a new group forming for art quilt critique.  It will have a regional flair as members came from northern Indiana and Cincinnatti to make up half of approximately the 15 in attendance.  Like this blog, this group feels like another solid step toward helping me prepare a body of work and grow.   



If any members find their way to my blog...please give me a shout out. 



7 comments:

  1. So glad to see you posting back on your blog, and so happy to hear you are starting to feel better. Your art group should be a wonderful growth experience! They will learn as much from you as you do from them.
    I love my quilting friends, but it sure would be fun to find an art crit group as well. Jen

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  2. It's amazing how far we will travel to be with like-minded people, isn't it?? I was so happy when I went to Diane and Gerry's group last month... a full 75 minute drive both ways. But I'm thinking about trying to set up a more local group still just because....

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  3. Yeah!! The highlight of my month is time with my feloow art quilters!

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  4. How exciting! I know it will be wonderful for you to be able to meet with like-minded people in person, not just online. Yay you!!

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  5. There's nothing like talking shop with your artist peers. It seems to validate what you're doing, at least for yourself. I'm barely sticking my toe in the water as far as art quilting, but I ache to find my way into the water... your work is very inspiring! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Hi,
    I'm one of the southern Indiana women who went to the meeting Saturday at the Carnegie. It was interesting to see everyone's work. I'm the one who had all the little stuff to show. Which one are you? It will take me a while to remember names and faces.
    Robin

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  7. What fun! I would love the opportunity to have a group to go to. I'm so rural it's not really feasible here.

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