New Work: Blip

My studio is buzzing. Blip is my newest finished textile piece. I’m quite pleased with this long, narrow gem. I outsourced the quilting to Christine Perrigo of Contemporary Custom Quilting, a first for me. I designed the quilting and she executed my voice beautifully. In my Organic Series work I am combining curved and rectangular shapes to

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Chronicle of Art - 2016

Take 2 minutes to view 53 artworks that took 1 year to make. After delving into a new medium, I had to rename my Chronicle this year.

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A Unique way to Acquire Small Art Quilts

Every September the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) has an auction of 12 x 12 inch quilts.

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Popping onto a Postcard

When I learn that my art has landed on the front of a postcard I have to share it with you!

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Abstract Fireworks by Kathleen Probst

Happy Independence Day America! Lada Geo pieces are bursting with modern colors.

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QSDS Part 1

I spent one delicious week at the Quilt Surface Design Symposium (QSDS). It is held at the Columbus College of Art and Design in downtown Columbus. The college’s iconic sign begged to be captured daily.

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Off to Learn About Color

I’m packing. 2 reds 2 blues 2 yellows plus white and burnt sienna. All of these supplies are for a workshop I’m taking with David Hornung, Color: A workshop for Artists and Designers. I’m Ohio bound to the Quilt Surface Design Symposium, QSDS, where about 100 attendees will take various 5 day workshops. My awesome grant from the Alexa

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Working in a Series Launchpad Workshop is Open for Enrollment

  Last weekend I announced my first online class, Working in a Series Launchpad Workshop, to my subscribers in a studio update email. Now you can join in too! This workshop is a spring board, a launch pad, a starting point. Goal: To provide informational and inspirational sessions that will give you more confidence to find your way

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A Break for Spring

You don’t always get what has been promised. Sometimes you simply have to wait a wee bit longer.

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DIY Design Wall for Art Quilters

Textile art by Kathleen Probst   This recipe makes 1 permanently affixed design wall.

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