Interpretations: Conversations at Visions Art Museum

On Saturday, Oct 21, there will be an opening reception for Interpretations: Conversations at Visions Art Museum in San Diego. My piece, Timing, was juried into the exhibition.

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Playing Well Together

Truth be told, sometimes it is challenging to show work because in my head I’ve already outgrown that work and I’m thinking 17 steps ahead. It is not that I don’t like my previous work. I’m just excited to be working in my newest vein and I am antsy to share that voice. 

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New Small Works Gallery - Opens with Sale Prices

Would you like a taste of minimalism? These small works were available, and on sale, at my special exhibition in Palm Springs and during my Open Studio event last week.

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Chronicle of Quilts - 2015

Take 3 minutes to view 38 quilts that took 1 year to make.

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Investing in Yourself

Would you bet on yourself? I did. I submitted a proposal to the Alexa Rose Foundation for an art grant. I asked for the world.

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A First Year Experience at Quilt National 2015 – Part 3

Here is another round of the art of Quilt National 2015. This is the second sampling of the art that I’m sharing from the iconic exhibition.

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Lada Geo #1 and #2

Lada Geo #1

Yesterday, I sent a package off to Santa Fe, New Mexico. I waited until just about the last minute. Not my usual tactic. Everything is tickety boo now that it is on its way. What package was whisked off?

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Alinea #16

The thin white curve in Alinea #16 revisits the curves I used early in this series but with an added twist. The accent curve is created with contrasting thread. Alinea #16 ©2015 Kathleen Probst 16” x 9.5” $225 This zen-like piece has been shipped off with a couple other small works to the Dairy Barn

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A New Trek

Notice anything different about this Alinea piece? Blue lines! Crossing lines!

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Reward for Persistance and Patience

I still have the rejection letters. I keep all recejection and acceptance letters when it comes to my art.

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