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This was my first quilt. I took a class on hand piecing with my friend, Gwen, in North Dallas at the Texas Quilt Company. Hand pieced and hand quilted. A humble beginning. The Card Trick quilt block is an old favorite nine patch and has been around for many, many years. This one is a small lap quilt size.
Every Quilt Has a Story
Special quilts from my collection that are worthy of display.
Welcome to my gallery!
Thanks for taking a peek! Please sign my guestbook if you would like to be notified of new additions to the gallery.
Inspired by God's creations, travel, gardens, and other artists such as Cathy Cotter-Smith, Soon Y. Warren, Joseph Raffael, Birgit O'Connor, Van Gogh, Klimt, Monet and Michelangelo.
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Barbara Bell Dubovsky Carpe Diem
Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Art Courses (non-degree seeking) at Collin College, Plano, TX - 55+ semester hours of studio classes...
| ||Landscapes inspired by a 7 day rafting trip through the heart of the Grand Canyon on the Colorado River.
| ||Current and past competitions, shows and exhibits|
BlogSomething NewI will be trying 3D art for the first time. This could lead to ceramics, or sculpture of all kinds!
It's interesting to browse online galleries and watch YouTube videos created by other artists. My favorite watercolor artists are Joseph Raffael, Birgit O'Connor, Leslie Redhead, and Shirley Trevena.
I am bursting with inspiration! I have a long waiting list of paintings to be done. Watercolor has become an obsession. I can paint for 8 hour stretches and wish I could do more.
I've surprised myself. Didn't think I would actually like painting with watercolors. It's an amazingly versatile medium. Hoping to get better at this with every attempt. I now do one large piece per week.
Local Art Venues
It seems that municipalities are all getting into the act! Art attracts crowds and crowds eat, spend money, etc. etc. Good for the local economy!