May 16 2011 – Linda Colsh

Shades of GrayLinda Colsh, www.lindacolsh.com May 16, 2011 The concepts of place and time figure significantly in the artwork of Linda Colsh.  Passing time, lives lived, experience earned show in the characters that people her art.  Using surface design on cloth and...

April 18 2011 – Jean Herman

The Evolution of an Artist, a Circular PathJean Herman, www.jeanherman.com April 18, 2011 All artists’ grow and change as life experiences influence their art.  Jean believes that her journey is unique, but there will be key pieces that will connect with our own...

March 21 2011 – Ann Johnston

Texture and Relief for QuiltersAnn Johnston, www.annjohnston.net March 21, 2011 Ann Johnston is artist who followed several careers before discovering her passion for dyeing fabric and then stitching it.  She has a B.A. in literature from Stanford University and a...

January 17 2011 – Tom Lundberg

Fear, Comfort, and Mortality: Fiber in Contemporary Art Tom Lundberg, tomlundberg.com Tom Lundberg, professor of art at Colorado State University, presents a survey of contemporary art that incorporates textile methods and materials. The lecture looks at how textile...