The generous and lovely Olisa Corcoran wrote a sweet profile of my artwork over on MrXStitch today.
I’d write more but I’m sick as a dog.
See you soon.
Art, inspiration, me, photography, quilt, stash, stitchery
February 17, 2015
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Oh now say – that was one of the best interviews I’ve ever seen over there – and really captures you and what you do so wonderfully, without being fawning. I love your responses, especially this:
But also I suppose I have felt myself (my demographic(s), my politics, my values) underrepresented in textile art. What better way to remedy the situation than to just project myself directly into the artwork?
Congratulations on a well-deserved acknowledgement.
Feel better soon! xx
Get well soon!
Oh my dear C!! Please feel better soon!! I’m still recuperating from a bad lung infection. I’m breathing easier but I have a feeling it will take some time before my lungs are back to their normal. I wish you a quick recovery.
That was a wonderful interview.. Congrates you deserve it…
Hope you feel better soon..
That interview – both the questions and responses – was fabulous. Looking forward to seeing you!
I hope you’re feeling better soon! Maybe snuggle under the newest quilt and realize some of that healing energy.
please feel better fast!
May you soon be back in good health. I’m saving the interview for a special treat tomorrow:)
Excellent interview. I think you conveyed the beauty of how you masterfully, deliberately stitch yourself into your work. You have opened eyes to how deep a quilt can go. Those Gees Bend women are gonna have so much fun with you! I hope you are feeling better, and safe travels to you.
agg waves a feeble hand in sympathy!
Lovely interview! Hope you feel better quickly!
Gosh, hope you are feeling better now. Take good care! Gotta go and take a look at the review.
In conclusion, YOU are one of the greatest artist ever! I really enjoyed the article. You and your body of work are simply (or not so simply ) fabulous articulations of our collective conscience. One is attracted by the glorious color and stitch and then pulled deeply into the message of each piece. I am awed over and over!
Hope you feel better soon.
oh well said!
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