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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 be
Edna Patterson-Petty is a life long resident of East St. Louis, IL. She is a graduate of SIU-Edwardsville, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Master of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art, and a Master of Fine Arts in Art Therapy. Artist Statement For as long as I can remember I have always wanted to be an artist, even as a child, although I did not know the term artist and what it entailed. But I do remember the warm, comfortable and satisfying feeling that I got every time I did something creative
How can a book about quilting and Harriet Tubman help a White California woman in her twenties overcome a racial divide enough to marry the love of her life -- a Black man? Award-winning writer Kathi Macias tells this heartfelt story and will join NEWDradio for an interview about the book.
Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and Soul Movement Crew's General Manager Creigy D gab for an hour about trends, music, faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.
Miss Paula and Oro introduce you to whatever mountains we call home. We'll talk about the people, places and events that make our Mountain Home unique.
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Ann Logue is a writer specializing in business and finance. She is the author of four books, Emerging Markets for Dummies (Wiley 2011), Socially Responsible Investing for Dummies (Wiley 2009), Day Trading for Dummies (Wiley 2007), and Hedge Funds for Dummies (Wiley 2006). She has also provided ghostwriting and technical editing services for books published by Bloomberg Press, the International Monetary Fund, and Pearson Educational Services. In addition to her books, Logue has written about industries, executives, and current events for Barron’s, Business Week Chicago, Newsweek Japan, and trade and association publications serving quilt retailers, scrap metal brokers, and university development officers. She is a lecturer in finance at the University of Illinois at Chicago, teaching both undergraduate and MBA students about corporation finance and international financial markets. And, she is a regular blogger on business and current events at Popdose.com. Her current career follows 12 years of experience in the financial markets as an analyst with Volpe Brown Whelan & Co., The Chicago Corporation, and Kemper Mutual Funds. Logue holds a B.A. in economics from Northwestern University and an MBA with concentrations in finance and accounting from the University of Chicago. She also has the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. She is a member of the CFA Institute and the Junior League of Chicago. She serves on the boards of directors of the League of Women Voters of Illinois. Logue was born in Youngstown, Ohio, has lived in San Francisco and Chicago, and travels extensively at home and abroad. Because of her love of seeing new places, she has a side area of expertise covering events in Chicago for Time Out Chicago magazine. Logue lives on the north side of Chicago with her husband and son. She enjoys swimming, reading, vegetarian cooking, and watching The Simpsons.
Patrick E. Craig is a lifelong writer and musician who left a successful songwriting and performance career in the music industry to follow Christ in 1984. He spent the next 26 years as a worship leader, seminar speaker, and pastor in churches, and at retreats, seminars and conferences all across the western United States. After ministering for a number of years in music and worship to a circuit of small churches, he is now concentrating on writing and publishing both fiction and non-fiction books. Patrick and his wife Judy make their home in northern California and are the parents of two adult children and have five grandchildren.
In 2011 he signed a three-book deal with Harvest House Publishers to publish his Apple Creek Dreams series. The books are historical Amish fiction and the first book, A Quilt for Jenna, was released February 1, 2013. The second book in the series, The Road Home, will be released September 1, 2013.
A Quilt For Jenna: Amish + Quilts = readers delight! And in this first book in Patrick Craig’s Apple Creek Dreams series, readers will follow Jerusha Springer’s journey out of tragic circumstances to a new life of hope.
Jerusha has spent months making the most beautiful quilt anyone in Apple Creek, Ohio, has ever seen, and she knows it’s going to take first prize at the Quilt Fair in Dalton. The prize will be her ticket out of the Amish way of life—away from the memories of her dead daughter and her tormented husband. But on the way to the Fair, she gets caught in the Storm of The Century and Jerusha’s driver crashes their car. While the driver goes for help, Jerusha is led by someone, or something, to the side of a lost little girl. By the time the storm clears, Jerusha finds there is a greater prize to be won than money and blue ribbons.
A beautiful story of loss….and redemption.
Quilting bees of bygone days have taken a whole new twist, thanks to the internet. The term bee was used to describe a gathering of peers to accomplish a task. And that’s certainly what the 12 collaborators of the 12 x 12 International Art Quilt Challenge have done – a virtual quilting bee. Join me along with four of the participants: Deborah Boschert, Diane Perin Hock, Nikki Wheeler and Kristin La Flamme. In this special 80-minute show you'll discover how it all came about,
Norman Mailer, the literary tough guy who was covering the 1992 Rebuplican National convention for The New Republic, was awed by the “Republican princess” and the magnitude of her appeal. “When Mary Fisher spoke like an angel that night,” he wrote, “the floor was in tears, and conceivably the nation as well.”
Called “A Whisper of AIDS,” the speech is included in “Words of a Century: The Top 100 American Speeches, 1900-1999,” you can watch and listen to it on YouTube.
Mary Fisher tested positive for H.I.V. in 1991 at the age of 43 and has spent the last 20 years combining advocacy and art-making.
Back in 1992 the Republican National convention was on my TV as background noise. At one point, I glanced up and saw a woman I could identify with as a young mother, but here she was saying she had AIDS. Mary left quite an impression on me. Little did I know that years later our paths would cross at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. This time I was drawn in by her artwork. We connected on some level and have been friends ever since. It is my honor to interview her today and help her celebrate her 65th birthday - Mary Fisher style.
This Sunday morning Angels On Air brings you the Kross Kountry-4-Kids A Journey-4-Justice team live from Washington DC where they will be preparing to participate in the day's rally,meeting supporters,displaying the Mobilizing America Quilt and further advocating to build more caring communities for kids.Hear from rally coordinator Sandy Ameer DiBacco,Letters Of Love facilitator Jill Morgan and a variety of other angels involved in making the message a meaningful one...JOIN US! Tune in on Sunday morning, April 7, 2013 from 7:30 am to 8:30 am Pacific Time Zone / 8:30 am to 9:30 am Mountain Time Zone / 9:30 am to 10:30 am Central Time Zone / 10:30 am to 11:30 am Eastern Time Zone…call in and join Angels On Air with comments and questions at (714) 333-3301 Angels on Air is a weekly radio program which promotes public/private sector partnerships and volunteerism as meaningful methods of eliminating crimes against children. Supporting positive projects and efforts which help to create safer communities, where our children may grow to meet and exceed their potential. If you’re interested in having your organization, event or business featured during an Angels On Air episode please contact Kathleen Moore at 916-259-4396.Visit Army Of Angels on line at http://www.armyofangels.biz/
Recently we were at the Original Sewing and Quilt Expo in Lakeland, Florida in March 2013. We visited several business during the show and found 2 businesses we though our listeners might like to know more about.
The Silk Den which is located in Lutz, Florida owned and operated by Peter and his staff, they not only have a small store but offer Online ordering. You will love their silk and are very happy to help you with your questions about silk.
The Quick Pleater invented by Angie Knowles and her husband Rick has now been available for 2 years. If you make pleats for anything, clothes, home decor, or quilting, the quick pleater will make your sewing sooo easy.