“Patterns, colors, and emerging lines are the themes of my quilts. I call myself a “quilter” because the quilting is the ultimate goal in my work. I want to experience the tactile sensation of the hand stitching. My hands work to create the subtle landscape of shapes and shadows that will emerge across the quilt’s surface.”
Maggie Kendis is a printmaker, who works primarily in linoleum cut prints. Each piece is printed onto rice paper, then scanned to a heavier
stock paper and hand colored with watercolor. Her pieces are mainly of animals, birds, of nature and vignettes of life around her. After being asked to create custom pet portraits for friends, a new line began. Custom pet portraits began as just that, printed and framed works. But from there, pieces developed into cards, earrings, pins and pendants. The working with mixed media, then lead to a line of prints mounted and embellished on wooden pieces reminiscent of Mexican retablos. These were little paintings on tin and wood, hung in the houses of people honoring their saints.
Since people love their pets, it became another
Helen’s jewelry is a unique combination of polymers, vintage glass, brass gemstones and sterling. Each piece has been created with a specific design in mind.
Six Paca Farm is a working alpaca farm utilizing the fiber in rugs, scarves, gloves, clothing articles-all for sale in a coffee shop.
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Hand Weaver and Fiber Artist specializing in custom designed and handwoven domestic linens and accessories and commercial and residential textile art. Commissions welcome, please inquire.
One of a kind Fiber Art. All cotton materials, fabric, thread, and batting. My photo images are digitally applied to treated cotton. Patterns, colors, and emerging lines are the themes of my quilts.
Presently the quilts that I create are hand quilted and strongly influenced by my rural surroundings. My photos record the cutting of hay fields that are rolled and packed in white plastic and stacked like sculpture. These hay images incorporated into my quilts make a statement about the seasonal changes that occur around me.