Hope everyone’s 2011 is off to a great start! I’ve got a lot to update you on, but I’ll try to keep it brief...
I’ll be joining artists Elizabeth Rieke (oil paintings) and Aimee Poor (photography) at the Immanuel Fine Art Gallery for an exhibition running from January 13 through March, 2011. Join us for refreshments and an opening reception on Friday, January 21 from 5:00pm - 7:30pm.
Immanuel Fine Art Gallery at the Landing
3500 Faulkner Drive
Lincoln, NE 68516
"What Color is Your Ribbon?"
For those of you who don’t know, my mother Connie Strope, loved quilting and had a great sense of humor. “Totally Tubular,” is a quilt she and her friends made to help her embrace her hysterectomy.
Bernina Sewing Studio is hosting an exhibit showcasing works of cancer survivors and remembrance pieces. My mother’s friends and sewing buddies, the “Basket Cases” & “Faded Blossoms” made a brightly colored polka dot quilt for my mother, and had enough blocks left over to make another quilt! This quilt and a matching pillow made by her friend Sandy Anderson were invited to be a part of the show, which runs January 10 through February 21. There will be an informal reception at the studio, Saturday, January 15 from 10:00am - 2:00pm.