Constant Change in New Mexico

My inbox had a gem in it today. When you send out enough ships occasionally one will return to you with good news.

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Galloping

This Facet series is picking up speed.

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Be An Early Bird

I like people that commit early. You can get a discount on my June workshop if you register now. My Working in a Series Launchpad workshop is for those of you itching to get more serious about your art making. Maybe you have lost you mojo?

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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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H Series - Part I

My solo exhibition, Modern Simplicity, opens at Visions Art Museum in 4 weeks. The exhibition will be comprised of a combination of of works from my Alinea and H series. 

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A Different Kind of Auction

Lada Geo #1 goes up for auction tomorrow, Monday September 28th. It is part of the annual fundraiser for SAQA, Studio Art Quilt Associates.

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Getting Back on the Grid

I just finished a 7 day rafting trip on the San Juan river; 6 kids (all cousins!) and 8 adults, all family. We pack everything we need into our boats to live outside 24 hours a day.

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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 Daily Creative Habit

Linda McLaughlin has found a way to make a daily creative habit easier to maintain. She shared finished pieces of her daily, weekly and monthly projects and more with friends and fans last weekend in Weiser, ID.

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A night of Fiber in February

Last night I joined other local fiber artists to discuss fiber as a medium. The Treasure Valley Artist Alliance put the program together and over 50 people attended the event. The facility was not fancy but the conversation was rich.

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