Bobbi Baugh: The Rhythm of Printmaking — Creating the Components for Art Quilts.
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About the Event
Bobbi will invite us to see beyond the surface...and what does that mean? Her mixed media art work is the perfect vehicle for such explorations. Her art quilts include original surface design on fabric and paper hand printed as monotypes. Her methods are simple and low-tech including acrylic paints and a gelatin plate to create a variety of effects. She will share surface design samples, work in progress, and a vocabulary of hand printing methods and materials.
Bobbi is a self-employed artist working from her home studio in DeLand, Florida, and she will be joining us from there. She discovered textile artwork through a local surface design guild in 2010. Previously, Bobbi had a career of 30+ years in commercial printing; her responsibilities included sales/customer service, graphic design and stationery product design.
She is a graduate of Stetson University. Her undergraduate studies included a double major in studio art and speech communication. She received her Master’s from Stetson in humanities and education. Bobbi has been active on several boards in her community including the Chamber of Commerce, Fall Festival of the Arts, and a first grade classroom volunteer. She is a juried artist member of SAQA and serves the Florida Region as newsletter editor, catalog designer and member of the exhibition committee.
Bobbi Baugh. The Rhythm of Printmaking: Creating the Components for Art Quilts.