Show and Tell 5: Blue Door Gallery

The present show at the Blue Door Gallery in Yonkers, NY is titled: Show and Tell 5 and runs from February 23 to March 16.¬† I am honored to have four pieces in the show.¬† One of them is titled: The Observer Observed.¬† It is made of painted fabrics, monotyped fabrics and photo transfer on fabric.¬† It is 26″ long and 16″ wide.




Every Saturday during the show, three artists give a presentation of their technique.  Today Evelyn Eidelberg, Randy Frost and myself gave a presentation.

Evelyn who, among many artistic skills make dolls, taught us how to make pencil dolls using yarn, pipe cleaners and beads.


I gave a presentation of the techniques I use in my work, from monotyping my fabrics to free-motion quilting.



Finally, Randy Frost presented her method of constructing her colorful collages.


Then she gave each a person a paper collage to interpret in fabric.


It was a lively and entertaining afternoon.  There are two more Saturdays of demonstrations.  Here is the schedule:




3 Responses to “Show and Tell 5: Blue Door Gallery”

  1. Patricia says:

    You look like a little girl! Wish I had been there.

  2. teri f says:

    Oh I wish I lived closer and had a car to be able to attend these! It looks like such an interesting event, and I would love to learn about how you do your monoprinting.

  3. shirley says:

    Beautiful quilt Benedict. Love the colors and mixed processes. Looks like a really fun day!!

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