On Thursday the 12th, I also enjoyed a wonderful presentation by Joe Cunningham (Joe The Quilter) about his quilting life. He has a most interesting exhibit of quilts in the Greater Flint Arts Council gallery, 816 South Saginaw Street, Flint, MI (GFAC). I enjoyed meeting him and seeing some of his quilts, which were about 6′ x 6′. He was an entertaining speaker and shared his love of fabric art, along with answering all questions in good humor. I then traveled to the Flint Public Library (FPL) to view the 28th Annual Exhibit of the Flint African American Quilters Guild. It was a colorful and lively show with lots of intriguing quilts. What a nice day for me!
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I am an artist and teacher working with fiber, collage and paper. I love providing art instruction for all ages. I also teach Zentangle, a special, meditative drawing technique that focuses the mind and releases creativity. My Certified Zentangle Teacher training (2012) was made possible by a Chris Clark Fellowship award from the Arts Council of Greater Lansing. My mission is to guide others to an artFULL path. View all posts by Jane