- Laura Krasinski
- I was 53 in June. I feel like I'm 30. I live in Cold Cold Wisconsin. But, I love it here.. I found fabric and quilting about 8 years ago.. I fell in love with it.. I also enjoy paper art.. I'm not sure how I kept my sanity before I started doing art. I found rubber stamps about 10 years ago and have gone on to anything and everything.. I have been blessed with creative talents and love to express myself in art. I have 2 children .. one girl who is 15 and a boy who is 17. My husband and I love to hunt,canoe and just enjoy the outdoors together.. We all love the outdoors and go up to northern Wisconsin as often as possible. I'm a 14 year breast cancer survivor.. you can view more of my art at http://laurakrasinskiquilts.blogspot.com www.picturetrail.com/barngirl or my teaching, lecture and vending schedule here http://laurakrasinskisartontherun.blogspot.com
Saturday, July 28, 2012
Celebrity Invitational Quilt Auction To Benefit AAQI Row 1: Alex Anderson, Hollis Chatelain, Caryl Bryer Fallert, John Flynn. Row 2: Diane Gaudynski, Becky Goldsmith, Pat Holly, Libby Lehman. Row 3: Marsha McCloskey, Sue Nickels, Mary Sorensen, and Ricky Tims. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (Burton, MI)-- July 26, 2012-- Twelve world renowned quilters have each donated a 16" x 16" wall quilt for an online auction benefiting the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AAQI). The auction will be held during November 1-10. Participating in the Celebrity Invitational Quilt Auction are Alex Anderson, Hollis Chatelain, Caryl Bryer Fallert, John Flynn, Diane Gaudynski, Becky Goldsmith, Pat Holly, Libby Lehman, Marsha McCloskey, Sue Nickels. Mary Sorensen, and Ricky Tims. This is the fourth year an elite group of quilters has donated quilts to the AAQI for an online auction in November, National Alzheimer's Awareness Month. Last year's auction raised more than $14,000 for the national charity that sells donated quilts to fund Alzheimer's research. The auction is open to the public. Download high resolution images for publication below. Please include the name of the artist, the name of the quilt and the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (AlzQuilts.org) as attribution. The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative (www.alzquilts.org) is a national, grassroots organization whose mission is to raise awareness and fund research through art. It auctions and sells donated quilts through the Priority: Alzheimer's Quilt project and sponsors a touring exhibit of quilts about Alzheimer's called "Alzheimer's Illustrated: From Heartbreak to Hope." The Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative has raised more than $735,000 since January 2006. Ami Simms of Flint, Michigan is the founder and executive director of the AAQI, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation operated entirely by volunteers. She is a quilter. Her mother had Alzheimer's. For more information on the AAQI or to make a donation, contact Ami Simms at 810-637-5586 (9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Eastern), firstname.lastname@example.org or www.alzquilts.org. Contact: Ami Simms Founder and Executive Director Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative 1200 Creekwood Trail Burton, MI 48509 (810) 637-5586 www.AlzQuilts.org
Monday, July 16, 2012
Hi all I have finished my first pattern. Her name is Daisy and she will be debuting this weekend at the Quilt Show in Eagle River. The pattern is 11" x 13.5" I have made up fabric kits with hand dyed fabrics from Dye Candy and batiks for Daisy. I'm taking orders too.. if you are interested please send me an email.