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Paula Nadelstern has achieved international recognition for her innovative and complex designs inspired by the bilateral symmetry of kaleidoscopic images. In addition to other numerous awards, Paula has received fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts and The Bronx Council on the Arts. Honored by inclusion in the Twentieth Century’s 100 Best American Quilts, her quilts have inspired many products including the vast carpet in the Hilton Americas hotel in Houston, TX. As a respected author, she has written five books showcasing her quilt aesthetic and a coloring book with selections from her fabric collections designed exclusively for Benartex, Inc. A self taught artist, Paula made her first quilt in 1969 in her college dorm from old clothes cut into ten inch squares.
For more information: www.PaulaNadelstern.com
Friday, August 29, we didn't get to complete our conversation with William Rhodes, who is just back from South African with more panels to complete the Nelson Mandela International Quilt Project. We are rebroadcasting the first part of the show; however, stay tuned for a longer conversation with William.
Our first guest is: Melinda Holm, director, Middle Passage Pilgrimage, West Coast Premiere, 8/30, 7-9:30 p.m. at the East Bay Meditation Center, 287 17th Street @ Harrison (3 blocks from 19th Street BART). http://www.eastbaymeditation.org
8:30 AM Theodore Lush, Katrina survivor, Maafa Commemoration founder in Montgomery, Alabama
9:00 AM Cast members: Katherine Renee Turner, Eddie Ray Jackson and Roscoe Orman, from Marin Theatre Company's production of Will Power's Fetch Clay, Make Man, a play about a young Muhammad Ali and Stepin Fetchit, based on a true story (through Sept. 7) www.marintheatre.org
9:30 AM William Rhodes, just back from South Africa, where he took quilt pieces from children at the Dr. Charles Drew Elementary School, here in Bayview Hunter's Point to children in the Lalela Project in Cape Town. www.williamrhodes.com Music: Odessa: Home, a Tribute to Lead Belly
A Word was shared with me a few days ago, that prompted me to take another look at the Fabric of my Life.
"Do not be discouraged. When making a quilt, every stitch will not be perfect. Some may be long, others short - some may even cause the fabric to buckle but they all add to the uniqueness of the end product. It will be bonded together, creating a masterpiece - an ORIGINAL! When viewing the unique characteristics of this peice of fabric, people won't be able to see the imperfections - they will be captured by the beauty. They may not appreciate the behind the scene workings, the pricked fingers, the broken needles. They haven't experienced the fatigue of the process - they focus on the end product. I paraphrased what was spoken to me and share with you this - it's time to reaccess the fabric and process of your life and press on. There is a masterpiece in you that's waiting to be revealed.
Habakkuk 2:3(NKJV) For the vision is yet for an appointed time; But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie. Though it tarries, wait for it; Because it will surely come, It will not tarry.
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Betty Wilson was born in Philadelphia, raised in West Philly graduated from Temple University she's an educatior, she has taught in the Philadelphia and Camden Schools and quilting became a hobby and pastime she has been doing this for 34 years off and on. She teaches quilting in the public library. On May 9th 2014 6-9pm 7.00 addission at the Urban Art Gallery 262 South 52nd St Philadelphia PA 19139 she will be displaying her wonderful quilt collection for the public to see and purshace!!!
Elaine Quehl is a Canadian quilt artist, teacher, and fabric dyer who is best known for her dramatic and colourful nature-themed art quilts featuring luscious foliage (particularly hosta leaves), flowers and trees. All fabric used in her artwork is hand-dyed by the artist to provide the wide range of values she employs to create depth, drama, and contrast, and to read like nature's dappled light. Each art quilt is also abundantly textured with free-motion stitching. Elaine's work has been juried into, and selected for awards at, numerous international and national exhibits and has been widely published. Most recently, she was a featured artist in Art Quilt Portfolio: Natural World. Elaine is a graduate of Carleton University (B.A.Hon.) where her Major subjects were Anthropology and Religion. She continued on with graduate studies, completing coursework in Religion and Popular Culture, but discovered the world of art quilts before finishing her thesis. Elaine is keenly interested in the way that we as humans make meaning, find our place in the world, and the factors that affect our creativity.
My quilts celebrate the visual drama that is present in the natural world. I aim to evoke the emotion, awe and wonder I experience when I first encounter my subjects. Often described as bold and sensual, my work employs contrasts of light and shadow to intensify visual impact. Foliage, trees, flowers, and nature's cycles serve as metaphors for my inner world and allow communication and connection with the world through universally-understood themes of personal growth, wonder, self-acceptance, loss and healing, joy, and the cycles of life.
Join us as we shine the spotlight on the world’s sauciest authors dedicated to the realms of BDSM, GLBT, and Erotica. Write On the Edge asks the questions few dare. It pushes the limits and creates the standard of steamy, intelligent converse. This show is intended for an Adult Audience and is rated R for raw, real and risky subject matter. Are you ready to be…Write on the Edge?
This week’s Featured Authors are . . . Lisa Henry and JA Rock!
JA Rock has worked as a dog groomer, knife seller, haunted house zombie, standardized patient, cashier, census taker, state fair, quilt hanger, and for one less-than-magical evening, a server-and would much rather be writing about those jobs than doing them. JA lives in Chicago but still sees West Virginia behind Illinois's back.
Lisa Henry likes to tell stories, mostly with hot guys and happily ever afters, but they've gotta work for it. No free lunches on her watch. She lives in tropical N. Queensland, Aus. She doesn't know why because she hates the heat, but suspects she's too lazy to move. She spends half her time slaving away as a government minion, and the other half plotting her escape.
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Join Author Vicktor Alexander (and cohosts Amanda C. Stone and Taylor Law) as he hosts this edgy, woefully delicious talk.
Write On the Edge is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.org They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
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Grace is, by definition, unfair.
Progress Magazine, December 14, 1992:
When Billy Graham was driving through a small southern town, he was stopped by a policeman and charged with speeding. Graham admitted his quilt, but was told by the officer that he would have to appear in court.
The judge asked, "Guilty, or not guilty?" When Graham pleaded guilty, the judge replied, "That'll be ten dollars -- a dollar for every mile you went over the limit."
Suddenly the judge recognized the famous minister. "You have violated the law," he said. "The fine must be paid--but I am going to pay it for you." He took a ten dollar bill from his own wallet, attached it to the ticket, and then took Graham out and bought him a steak dinner! "That," said Billy Graham, "is how God treats repentant sinners!"
Psalm 118:1 - Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love (mercy) endures forever.
“Grace is the voice that calls us to change and then gives us the power to pull it off.” —Max Lucado
As Erwin Lutzer said...
“Only those who see themselves as utterly destitute can fully appreciate the grace of God.”
While we were sinners, Christ died for us, said Paul, who called himself the chief of sinners. With his background, Paul understood grace.
"Be careful not to shut your soul’s door through doubt, when God has just opened it by His grace." -John Bunyan
Jesus made the “failures” the heroes of his stories.
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Join me on Thursday, September 4th at 6pm EST. I'll be speaking with Amish Country's Most Beloved Storyteller, Wanda Brunstetter.
Wanda Brunstetter is an award-winning romance novelist who has led millions of readers to lose their heart in the Amish life. She is the author of over 60 books with more than 7 million copies sold. Many of her books have landed on the top bestseller lists, including the New York Times, Publisher’s Weekly, CBA, ECPA, and CBD. Her latest novel, The Healing Quilt is book 3 in The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club series.
The Healing Quilt:
Join retired Amish newlyweds Emma and Lamar Miller in Florida for the winter as they lead another quilting class with a new group of unlikely students: Jennifer, a pregnant new mom; Mike, a charter boat owner; Erika, a wheelchair bound teen; Kim, a waitress; Noreen, a newly-retired widow, and BJ, an artist facing illness. When old friends visit from Indiana, will romance also become a subject of class discussions?
Not in my wildest dreams would I have thought that at age 55 my life would take such a 360 degree turn. Having worked in about every field imaginable - secretarial, reception, billing, medical transcribing, store manager, retail sales, college student, medical assistant, mother, real estate agent and professional quilt maker, who would have thought that a major illness would turn my life upside down, and lead me on a path that I never even have dreamed possible.
Patricia Penner, of Heart-Light-Reiki who is a Usui and Karuna Master Teacher, joins Reiki Radio to discuss Reiki Practice, her journey through healing and the amazing benefits of this simple healing modality.
"Workers are puzzle builders, they get stuck when missing a piece. Truly creative people "are quilt makers — they can fit anything together." ~Tina Seelig
How to generate creative ideas for use in your speeches or talks. How to make mundane subject matter interesting.
Creativity is a skill not so much on how to create but is forcing yourself to look at a situation from different perspectives, breaking thinking patterns and developing new and unusual approaches.
The photos of enslaved West Africans show these quilted coded patterns from the quilts "ichie" marks cut into their skin
If you read the book, Hidden In Plain View, written by Jackie Tobin should tune in to The Gist of Freedom with Roy Paul (@RoyPaulReports) and his guest, author Mrs.Teresa Kemp! Teresa book The Keeper of the Fire book covers not just Igbo Tribe's slavery but slavery in Africa by Arabs and Africans.
Many people questions the encoded quilts. They argue enslaved Africans were not intelligent enough to out smart the Slavers. What many fail to understand, that most Africans were multi-langual. They wrote and read in more than on language. Many asked who could understand the coded quilt pattern language. Tonight's guest, Mrs. Kemp has posters from Nigeria that date the symbols and patterns to 1400 AD this is clearly before the Civil War in America 1861-1865. We have the linage of 3 Eze's of Igbo land to 1042, 1087, 1092 BC.
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