The Problem My art isn’t usually big. In fact, much of it is very small. There are several reasons for this: The upholstery remnants I… Read More »“Hateism II:” Experimenting with Wholecloth Quilting
Did you ever make a small discovery that brightened up your day? It doesn’t have to be a gold-filled-chest kind of a discovery. Just a… Read More »An Unexpected Discovery In Ma’ale Gamla, Israel
Another year sneaked by, busy, eventful, and quick. “The days are slow yet the years fly by,” a book I once read noted. How very… Read More »Looking Back at 2017, My Second Year of Art-Making
If you have a couple of days in New York City, make sure to get art-drunk at some of its amazing museums! I got to… Read More »Textile Lovers’ Must-See Exhibitions in New York City: Art Binging and the City!
Fifty summers ago, in 1967, 100,000 youngsters converged on the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco. What began as a concert in Golden Gate Park developed into… Read More »The Summer of Love: Still Relevant Fifty Years Later!
In the last year I’ve sewn practical items for everyday life, and greatly enjoyed seeing them put to use as well as making them. However,… Read More »Experimenting with Fabric Art: “Give a Hand” Art Quilt
I find it appropriate, on the week of the Jewish Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) to look back upon my own year of creativity. On… Read More »Looking back at 2016: Reflecting Back on a Year of Creativity