Restructuring Opening Tonight!

April 15, 2016
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Nine of the thirty textile paintings in my exhibit Restructuring Opening Tonight! In 2000 I made the first artwork in what became my longest running series of textile paintings. Inspired by fences and walls, the Structures series explored the relationship between barriers and connection, and mostly found disconnection. After completing the 170th composition in 2014 […]

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Reatructuring – the art

April 6, 2016
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Structures #171 – Structures #200 This is it. All of the artwork for my restructuring exhibit opening next week. It fits very comfortably in my carry-on bag. After the 30 textile paintings are attached canvas the size will increase significantly. Next stop – Denver – hope to see you all there! Restructuring: Color and Line […]

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Portals at Bluestone Fine Art Gallery in Philadelphia

April 1, 2016
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My Portals textile paintings currently on exhibit at Bluestone Fine Art Gallery in Philadelphia. If you are in Philly for the Studio Art Quilt Associates conference I welcome you to stop by Bluestone at 72 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106. Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 10 to 5pm Saturday Noon to 4pm

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Restructuring in Progress

March 24, 2016
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My To-Do List Three Weeks Until the Opening! My new exhibit at Spark Gallery opens in just three weeks.  Eek is what I have to say to that. For this exhibit I am making 30 new textile paintings in the Structure series as a way to finish out that series.  Each piece is inspired by […]

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100 Accomplishments for 2015

March 22, 2016
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A Day Late and a Dollar Short Could I be the last blogger to post a “let’s look back on 2015” type post?  Quite possibly! I considered skipping it as it feels a bit ridiculous to be post this more nearly 3 months after the year is over. And that’s okay – ridiculous is fine.  […]

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The horizon – a short studio detour

March 13, 2016
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Quick update from the studio on Sunday evening. I’m currently in the process of finishing up a few new pieces in my horizon serious to send off to Bluestone fine art gallery in Philadelphia. They have a new space and they asked for new work. Some New Zealand color is exactly what they need on the […]

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A Fresh Start – By Accident or Design

March 7, 2016
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Structures #171 – The backside Oops In the be careful of what you wish for category… I’ve been annoyed recently about the weird characters in my blog posts (by recent I mean I’ve been annoyed for about a year or at least long enough I’ve lost track of how long I’ve been annoyed.) It’s an […]

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Restructuring: Color and Line

February 29, 2016
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Structures #171 – Detail ©2016 Lisa Call Announcing my Upcoming Exhibit at Spark Gallery In Denver, Colorado In 2000 I made the first artwork in what became my longest running series of textile paintings. Inspired by fences and walls, the Structures series explored the relationship between barriers and connection, and mostly found disconnection. After completing […]

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Turn Off the Noise and Do Your Work – My interview on Creative Push

February 21, 2016
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  I’m most excited to share my most recent online interview over on Your Creative Push. A podcast that pushes YOU to finally pursue your creative passion, whatever that passion may be. “You can sit around and say you are making art, but until you get up and do it, you’re not.” ~Lisa Call You […]

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The Connection Between Art and Health

February 3, 2016
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Wellington Harbor – where I swim (not exactly here but nearby) The Body Connection It’s been almost a year since I’ve done yoga.   I find that hard to believe.  Until I stand up to walk across the room.  Ouch. I left home about 11 months ago, leaving behind my beloved yoga practice where I […]

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