Deborah Fell Art Quilts
Selected Current Exhibitions
extraordinary quilt show is curated by internationally known quilt artist,
author and historian Dr. Carolyn L. Mazloomi for the National Afro-American
Museum and Cultural Center, a part of the Ohio Historical Society. She's brought
together a diverse group of 95 fiber artists representing a variety races,
cultures, generations and religions.
An Interview About My Art~~~~~
2nd Saturday Reception: April 14, 5 pm – 8 pm
New work from Mendocino Artist-in-Residence Experience
work on the cover of Art Quilting Studio
FRESH INVITATIONAL EXHIBIT
February 1–25, 10 am – 6 pm (Thursday – Sunday
Odd Fellows Hall, 10480 Kasten Street, Mendocino
FRESH, a contemporary art exhibition, is
comprised of work by the 2011-2012 Mendocino Art Center's artists-in-residence,
as well as works by selected local and international contemporary artists.
The exhibition showcases a range of versatile and current perspectives in various medium
including ceramics, media art, jewelry, photography, and paintings.
2nd Saturday Reception: February 11, 6 pm to 9 pm.
On February 18th, 2 pm to 3:30 pm,
artist-in-residence Wei Jane Chir will offer tastings
of her organic herbal teas with classical Chinese music flutes, Er-hu and Gu-qin , for a unique, traditional and beautiful experience.
Please join us for the closing reception with music by the distinguished Rosey Nolan Band on February 25th, 6 pm to 9 pm.
Tim Ayers, Jazmyn Azure, Anne Beck, Wei Jane Chir, Nikki Couppee, Miriam Davis, Karin Faulkner, Deborah Fell, Allan Green, Derek Hambly, Saskia Koning, Dietmar Krumrey, Alicia Reyes McNamara, Hannah Plotke, Carolyn Schneider, August Vollbrecht, and Charlie Williams.
Center for the Arts
Art Quilts Year XVI: Something to Say
November 28, 2011--January 28, 2012
A Sense of Adventure
Premieres at the International Quilt Festival in Houston November 3-6, 2011
The Journey of Hope in America: Quilts Inspired by President Barak Obama
National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center
The exhibition kicked off in Yokohama, Japan at Japan International Quilt Show on November 12th, 2009.
And Then There Was Hope
Collaborated with Ty Pennington and Andrew Fell
Montgomery Home, Philo, IL
Art Project for the Master Bedroom
Aired October 25, 2009
Studio Visit with Deborah Fell
Fell's Extreme Home Experience
Champaign County Boneyard Arts Festival
The Boneyard Arts 2009 Festival Signature Art Image
Body of Work
64" x 37"
eMotion Pictures: An Exhibition of Orthopaedics in Art celebrates the caring and compassion orthopaedic surgeons have for their patients and the tremendous impact they have on the quality of life of every patient they see. It celebrates healing, independence, and struggle.
In a private collection
Have you seen this stolen quilt?
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