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Art Quilts by Heather Dubreuil

In Quitling by Cinnamon McCullum

When I first saw Heather Dubreuil’s art quilts, I thought I was looking at a watercolor painting. Her current pieces are visions of urban landscapes created using usually her own photos

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Mug Shot Tapestries by Joanne Arnett

In Tapestry by Cinnamon McCullum

I think what we all find so fascinating about a mug shot, is that it is so indicative of the person and the moment. From David Bowie’s oh-so-subtle “piss-off”, to Nick Nolte’s whirlwind insanity to the most recent…

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The Season of the Quilt

In Quitling by Cinnamon McCullum

Since the hawk is out (which is what my uncle says once Winter really sets in), it seems a great time to talk about quilts.  I am not the type to hang a quilt. I’m more of a functional art gal, and I would totally toss my down comforter…

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Felt Attire by Diana Nagorna

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Years ago I purchased a lovely “boiled wool” (a more formal term for felt) coat that I call my Princess coat because of the nipped waist and floor-length full skirt. I wear it for special occasions and/or when I’m feeling more dramatic than usual. It has incredible weight, structure and drape to it…