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FRCQ meets the third Monday of the month from January through November at the Westminster City Park Recreation Center from 7p-9p, 10455 Sheridan Blvd., Westminster, Colorado. FRCQ does not meet in December. FRCQ Meetings, showcase artists from around the country and locally who give a presentation of their work and talk about their history as an artist. Most of our speakers are nationally known, award winning fiber artists and they generously share their inspiration, knowledge and expertise with our members. Our meetings also have a spectacular show and tell where quilt artists can showcase their work.

Panel Discussion – Creativity Cubed

Liz PhotoKatie Photo Cass photo                          The June meeting will feature a panel with three amazing artists and kick ass businesswomen who will deliver their unique, sassy and juicy perspectives on creativity, the creative process and the work of being a productive studio artist. This will be an unconventional and unrestrained panel discussion that makes you laugh and makes you think.

They will dish the dirt on what they think is important, then answer your burning questions. No question is too wild or off limits. Send your questions in advance to

Liz Kettle is a creative catalyst focused on bringing your creative superpowers to life. She is also an artist, author and teacher living creativity every day.

 Katie Fowler is an artist, writer, teacher, and certified creativity coach who loves helping creativites live their potential!

Cass Mullane is an artist and an MBA. For the past 11 years she has been coaching right-brainers and creatives in the practical magic of making business fun.

Demos and Other Delights


Jean Herman – Using the Masters for Inspiration

Jean is a fiber, mixed media artist from Denver, Colorado.  She has been working and refining this technique in her art quilts over the past five years.  Jean has had several one woman shows and has shown her work at Visions Museum, where her piece ‘Katherine a la Picasso” won “The 2014 Brakensiek Caught Our Eye Award” and her piece “Krishna Brings the Rain” took 2nd place at The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum Evolutions 2012 Show

Deborah Fell – Renegade Quilt


dfellRenegade Quilt presentation takes a comprehensive look at the quilting world from an outsider art perspective. Who are the true renegades in the quilt world? The lecture takes a look at art quilts from a historic viewpoint, Gee’s Bend quilts as well as memorial quilts and the impact it has made in the history of the quilt.

Deborah Fell says my art is a reaction to my world and my experiences.  I use quilting as elements of art.  Thread is line.    Fabric is shape and paint or dye is color.  Materials include cloth, paint, paper, repurposed found objects and stitching.  Layering, organic mark-making and line are prominent elements in my work. 

I allow myself to listen to the art.  I follow where it takes me and the process of creating continues to teach me to be honest and to have the courage to keep moving forward.

Deborah Fell is a full time studio artist committed to the art quilt medium.  She is a professional member of the Studio Art Quilt Associates and ArtQuilt Network.  Deborah’s art focuses on abstract, organic shapes while using surface treatment such as dyeing and painting fabric.  Deborah has been a professional educator for over 30 years.  Besides teaching at risk high school students in a public high school setting, Deborah has taught various art workshops at national symposiums, community college and continuing education. 

Deborah obtained a Master’s degree from Northern Illinois University as well as graduate work at University of Illinois, University of New Hampshire and a fellowship at Northwestern University.  In 2010 Deborah was asked to assist the host of CBS’s television show, Extreme Home Makeover, in creating the art piece for the master bedroom project for the new house build in the east central Illinois area. The fall of 2011 Deborah received an artist-in-residence at the Mendocino Arts Center in Mendocino, California. 

In 2012 Deborah started teaching art quilt related courses at the University of Illinois through OLLI program. The winter 2012 issue of Art Quilting Studio features Deborah’s work on the front cover.  In 2013 Deborah completed an Artist-in-Residence at the University of Illinois Figure One Gallery in Champaign, Illinois.

October 2015


November 2015