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Sandra Batzli works primarily in watercolor. Her paintings often depict views of the landscape as seen from a distance or close up often with an emphasis on cast shadows.

She is an Illinois Artisan, a member of the Door County, Wisconsin Art League, the Craft League of Champaign-Urbana, and the Spinners and Weavers Guild and Artisans 10+ (a local group she help found.)

Her work has won awards of distinction at juried shows at the Swope Museum in Terre Haute, Indiana and the Hardy Gallery in Ephraim, Wisconsin.

Individuals interested in seeing more of her work or in purchasing cards may contact her by calling or e-mailing her to arrange for a visit to her studio and small gallery she maintains at her home in Urbana.知らないとオヤジ認定される36の若者言葉【随時更新】 , メンズファッションメディア

Julie is passionate about art, nature, design, color, philosophy, and sustainability. She loves spending time outdoors appreciating the beauty in nature, which inspires her artwork and sustainable design.

Julie is in her final year of completing her industrial design degree at the University of Illinois. In addition to learning design, she has seized various opportunities to participate in courses in painting and drawing at the university.Running Archives

Matt Rispoli was born 1952 in Brooklyn, N.Y. He currently teaches and does research in the Department of Speech and Hearing Science at the University of Illinois. He lives in with his wife Pam and two children, Ellen and Grace in Savoy, Illinois. Matt began making wood mobiles for his daughters in 2003. His wall sculptures are now made of recycled plastic. Supreme

Deborah Fell is a studio artist committed to the art quilt medium. She is a professional member of the Studio Art Quilt Associates, the Surface Design Association, and ArtQuilt Network and has had over twenty-two years of education at the Quilt/Surface Design Symposium in Columbus, Ohio. Deborah’s art focuses on abstract, organic shapes while using surface treatment such as dyeing and painting fabric.
Deborah has obtained national recognition for her work. Her art has been exhibited in venues such as the United Nations Building in New York City; the Moscone in San Francisco; Art Quilt Elements at the Wayne Art Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; The Works Gallery in Newark, New Jersey which is a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate Museum; in Pakistan through the U.S. State Department Arts in Embassies Program; and the premier international exhibit Quilt National in 2003. One of Deborah’s art quilts appeared on the front cover for the American Journal of Nursing; another art quilt is a part of the former Ground Zero Headquarters—St. Paul Trinity Chapel—collection. In 2009 Deborah was asked to collaborate with ABC TV Host Ty Pennington to create the special art project for Extreme Home Makeover, Season 7, Montgomery House. In November 2009 one of Deborah’s art quilts was a part of the Journey of Hope Exhibit in Tokyo, Japan; this exhibit continued at the National African American Museum in Wilberforce, Ohio. Also in 2009, the artist’s work was a part of an exhibit sponsored by Firelands Association for the Visual Arts in Oberlin, Ohio. Recently Deborah’s work was in a traveling exhibit sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons; the exhibit traveled to Washington, DC; New Orleans and the Chicago Cultural Center. In the fall of 2011 Deborah will be an artist-in-residence at the Mendocino Arts Center in Mendocino, California. The Winter 2012 issue of Art Quilting Studio Magazine featured Deborah’s work on the front cover.
Deborah has been a professional educator for over 30 years. Just retired from teaching at risk high school students in a public high school setting, Deborah has taught various art workshops at national symposiums, community college and continuing education. Deborah obtained a Masters degree from Northern Illinois University along with graduate work at University of Illinois, University of New Hampshire and a fellowship at Northwestern University. Starting in 2012 Deborah will be teaching at the University of Illinois through the OLLI program. Deborah’s quilting roots are traditional from the heart of New Hampshire.
Deborah says, “Art allows us to move from one place to the next. I create art because I believe art makes a difference in our world; it is a gift we give ourselves and it is a celebration of our very souls.”

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