Wednesday, August 20, 2014

2014 Benefit Auction

SAQA’s signature fundraising event starts Sept 15!

This is your chance to own beautiful, unique art quilts by some of the world’s finest artists. Plus, your purchases help increase the recognition for art quilts and the artists who make them while supporting SAQA’s exhibitions, publications, and education outreach.

Here are our SAQA SoCA/SoNV entries.

 Ann Turley, "Halves"                                              Barbara Williamson, "Renewal"

Beth Shibley, "Red Chair"

                                                                                         Connie Rohman, "Marine Signal Flags: HOPE

 Linda Miller, "Yes"

Gillian Moss, "Me, Me, Me"


                                                                                                           Linda Friedman "Homeward Flight"

                                                         Linda Smith, "Live Oaks 8"

Mary Tabar, "What Goes Around, Comes Around"

                                                        Paula Chung, "Time"

Sally Wright, "Mated for Life"

                                                         Sara Kelly, "Sunset"

Sharon Hightower, "Community???"

                                                         Sheila Frampton-Cooper, "Little Beach"

Sherry Davis Kleinman, "Reflection at Sunset"

                                                         Susan Slesinger, "Tidepool II"

Susan Kistler, "Sing Praise"

                                     Viviana Lombrozo, "Beyond Words" (Mini)

Line Study - Pamela Price Klebaum

Pamela Price Klebaum, "Lines"

We are so proud of our SoCA/SoNV members who took the time to make mini fiber arts pieces for the SAQA auction. We have 20 out of 182 members, but that is a good turnout. We'll see if we can better this by next year. Perhaps we can do one of our upcoming challenges in that size to get us ready to submit our pieces.  Thank you all who submitted a piece, and if I missed any of you, do let me know and I will make sure I get your name and entry in. Good job, everyone!!!

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