Lock down has prevented the exhibition of It Takes A Village at Rogers Park in Inglewood.
Here are the final quilt squares created by the community participants.
Catalogue will be available on Amazon soon.
Thanks to all who participated and created a beautiful community together.
Excited to have been selected by the Inglewood Arts Council as their Artist in Residency at Rogers Park. This is an award from the NEA Grants.
I will be starting my residency in September on Friday's and Saturdays. We will be creating quilt squares with the them of Inglewood Stories.
Free materials and supplies. Stop by on Friday 3-6 or Saturday, 12-4 at Rogers Park to participate.
Address: 400 W Beach Ave, Inglewood, CA 90302
We are Home. A year long project that I conceived during the time of Quarantine. This monumental project is in affiliation with South Los Angeles Contemporary Gallery, a non-profit organization located in Crenshaw, Los Angeles. Community members were asked to create a 12 x12 inch square with the theme of Home. this collective effort brought in more than 130 pieces that I personally sewed trims and backings on. With the help of Linda Jo Russell, we delivered and hung the work in Lancaster Museum of Art and History where it will be on display until September. At the end of the year, we will auction each piece and the profits will be going to the Unhoused.
I appreciate everyone who donated a quilt block to this project.
A catalog can be purchased on Amazon. If you are interested in participating in the auction in December contact email@example.com.
Gallery Western 210 N. Western Ave. #201, LA, CA 90004
Ann Phong, Beanie Kaman, Ben Zask, Charity Malin, Da Aie Park, David Eddington, Luigia Marelloni, Michael Freitas Wood, Peggy Sivert, Shelley Heffler, Won Sil Kim
Shelley Heffler is please to present a new series "Shape Shifters"
Where: Anne Bedrick Fine Art
68895 Perez Road
Building I, Unit 6
Cathedral City, CA 92234
When: February 3-27 Opening February 5th 5-8pm
Created from repurposed billboard vinyl banners. Shapes and material articulate the shifting world of continuous change. The woven layers of color and words build a visual abstraction, fragmented and compressed to appear like handcrafted digital glitches. Through the action of cutting, weaving, and shaping, I restructure and form the material as a means to express and understanding of the transformative world around me.
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 11-3