Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Word On The Street Photographs

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter"

~ Martin Luther King Jr.~

I am honored to have a number of my photographs of the peace march included in the Portland section of Word On The Street, among photographs taken by people from around the world in response to the climate of war that pervades our generation's lives. You can view my photographs by scrolling the top of the link to Portland.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

The Rubia Quilt Project Sneak Peek

Women Helping Women, Stitch by Stitch

Presented by Rubia and The Women's Caucus for Art, Philadelphia Chapter

Opening Night : May 2, 2008 @ The City Government Building, Wilmington DE

Quilt assembly began on March 19th. There were 32 participating artists from the United States! We are thrilled at the response to this project and anxiously await the future journey of the Stitch by Stitch piece. Many Thanks to all of our volunteers,Rubia, the WCA-Philadelphia, the National WCA, Afghan Women's Fund, and the support of all of the individual artists.

Objective: To create a larger exposure for Rubia's grassroots project. To emphasize a collective notion of Women's Art or domestic art. To show that beautiful things can come from a war-torn region. To emphasize interconnectedness of all actions.

To monitor the progress of the quilt and its exhibition travels, please check the website often and click on "Sneak Peek" to view the quilt to date!