Sunday, May 01, 2011

The Artists Village - Blog Tour

Last year my friend, Kathy York, had a brilliant idea to organize a project to create an artist village with three dimensional stitched houses. She was inspired by the houses Judy Perez made several years ago, that were published in Cloth Paper Scissors.

Kathy just happened to have this beautiful green quilt that works perfectly as the village green. Hopefully, this fabulous project will get accepted to Tactile Architecture, so lots of people will have the opportunity to see it.

For the public unveiling of the project, Kathy has also organized a blog tour during the month of May where each artist will post information and photos about their individual house in the village.

Susan Else (website)  May 2 
Pamela Allen (website)  May 4 
Frieda Anderson  May 5 
Lisa Call  May 6 
Jane Davila  May 9 
Naomi Adams  May 10 
Jamie Fingal  May 11 
Barb Forrister  May 12 
Vickie Hallmark  May 13 
Connie Hudson May 16 
Leslie Jenison  May 17 
Sherri McCauley  May 18 
Melanie Testa  May 20 
Laura Wasilowski  May 23 
Kathy York  May 24


  1. Anonymous3:17 PM

    Oh Jamie, this is a wonderful whimsical project.I'll be following these tours of works.
    Thanks for the post.

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