The Wardrobe Meets the Wall

A collection of art quilts created from recycled garments, manufacturing remnants, and samples

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Betty Anne Guadalupe and Tierney Davis Hogan have two new pieces, made from recycled textiles that will show in the Central Oregon SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Art Quilt Associates) exhibit Doors during the upcoming at the 2016 Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show.

Thanks to Marion and Jan the Central Oregon SAQA representatives that coordinated this exhibit!

Portals (2016) by Betty Anne Guadalupe:

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Portals (2016). Designed, pieced and quilted by Betty Anne Guadalupe. Photo credit: Marion Shimoda.

Recycled Door (2016) by Tierney Davis Hogan, quilted by Betty Anne Guadalupe:

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Recycled Door (2016). Designed and pieced by Tierney Davis Hogan; quilted by Betty Anne Guadalupe. Photo credit: Marion Shimoda

Betty Anne Guadalupe’s piece, Portals (2016), will be listed for sale at the 2016 Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show.

Tierney’s piece Recycled Door (2016) will become part of The Wardrobe Meets the Wall Collection.



Mott Gallery Show Opening

In our previous post Upcoming Show: Mott Gallery we shared the exciting news of our participating in the Mott Gallery Summer Members’ Show at the Mott Gallery in Richmond, Virginia.

Tierney’s sister attended and here are a couple of photos from the show – we had 6 of our The Wardrobe Meets the Wall Collection pieces in the show:

  • She Takes Flight – Betty Anne Guadalupe
  • Zebra Moon – Betty Anne Guadalupe
  • New World Solitude – Betty Anne Guadalupe
  • Random Not So Random – Tierney Davis Hogan & Betty Anne Guadalupe
  • Silk Landscape – Tierney Davis Hogan & Betty Anne Guadalupe
  • Archaeological Dig: The Vessel – Tierney Davis Hogan & Betty Anne Guadalupe


Upcoming Show: Mott Gallery

Betty Anne Guadalupe and Tierney Davis Hogan will show 6 of their pieces from The Wardrobe Meets the Wall collection at the Mott Gallery in Richmond, Virginia as part of the “The Summer Members'” Show.

The show opens June 4, 2016 and runs through June 19, 2016.

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The Mott Gallery is located in Carytown, a wonderful shopping district in the heart of downtown Richmond, VA filled with quaint shops and delicious eateries.

Betty Anne and Tierney are very excited about the opportunity to show their work on the East Coast. Tierney’s wonderful sister, Rianna Davis-Gaetano helped make this opportunity happen!

Betty Anne and Tierney are not able to attend the opening but Rianna is attending. She will take photos that will be posted to this blog.

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New Addition to the Collection: Flying Vessel

Tierney has finished a new piece for The Wardrobe Meets the Wall Collection: Flying Vessel.

In previous posts about this piece (originally titled “Vessel”),  In Progress and In Progress (Vessel),  we shared the progress of this piece.

Tierney created this piece from recycled silk garments manufacturing scraps set into specially dyed graduated burnt orange fabric. Betty Anne enhanced the piece with one of her unique creative quilting designs which extended the lines of the vessel into the background.

We are happy to now add this piece to the collection! (See The Collection page under Tierney Davis Hogan for a larger size photo of this new piece).

Tierney’s Artist Statement summarizes her vision in creating this piece:

I wanted to create a piece that represents our private human experience as a solitary vessel. Although we are all interconnected, at some point in each of our lives we may experiences the sensation of floating alone in space as a solitary vessel filled with our unique and private experiences. This piece represents those moments, but in a positive perspective. I used bright and bold colors of silks with iridescence and light and a background of specially dyed graduated light to dark cotton fabric. The light that  emanates from this piece represents the iridescence that shines within each of us. When we share this light, we connect our vessels to the other human vessels floating by…

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Sisters Quilt Show 2014

Betty Anne Guadalupe has established herself as a highly sought after long-arm quilter in the Central Oregon quilting community and beyond for her  unique complex custom long arm quilting designs. She was  the featured quilter at a prior Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show.

The Central Oregon quilting community is rich with national quilt artists, authors and teachers to include Jean Wells, founder of the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show and owner of The Stichin’ Post, Central Oregon’ premiere quilt shop. Betty Anne demonstrated her uniquely creative long-arm quilting skills on a quilt Jean Wells created for The Stitchin’s Post’s Employee Challenge: “It Takes a Village” for the 39th Annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 7/12/14.

Betty Anne also provides long-arm quilting services for Valori Wells, another premiere Central Oregon quilt artists, fabric designer, teacher and author; as well as many other talented quilters in the area.

Betty Anne Guadalupe in front of Jean Wells Keenan's quilt that she quilted for the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 2014

Betty Anne Guadalupe in front of Jean Wells Keenan’s quilt that she quilted for the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 2014