Cathie Purdy Exhibits “Fifty” at Art & Antique Car Show

Cathie Purdy with her Quilt “Fifty” “Fifty” is the name of the quilt! Cathie made the quilt to honor her husband and his very-dear-to-his-heart beautiful, antique 1950 Chevy. If one peers closer at the quilt, he/she would see a fabric photo of Jim Purd …

A Guest Artist

The Painted Hills Fiber Artists  members were delighted to hosted a guest artist. He is Honor Alo, age 10. Honor is Carroll Lee’s grandson and seems to have inherited an artistic gene. Since Honor works with spray paints, he needs to work during mild w …

Quilts Evolved featuring Cathie Purdy

QUILTS EVOLVED EXHIBIT Cathie Purdy exhibited her fiber artwork and quilts at the adorable Lofty Nest, located in Duck Creek, Utah.  The tranquil location of this venue was the perfect place to feature Cathie’s work. The exhibit was visited by oodles o …

Back to Kindergarten Basics

The PHFA Girls have been all a-twitter over crayons! Yes, Crayons! Cathie Purdy (aka Dayzee) ordered some water-soluble crayons on line and began playing with them. She introduced the product to the other PHFA’s at our March, 2014 meeting. The girls im …

Congratulations Sue, Janey and Charlotte

At the recent HMQS show in Salt Lake City, three of our members won prizes on their work! Congratulations to Sue Gilgen (Great White Throne) and Janey Argyle/quilted by Charlotte Purcell Gary (Thistle Star). Thistle Star by Janey Argyle, Quilted by Cha …

What is “Fiber Art”???

By Carroll Lee Stolz Dayzee posed the question that made me start to wonder how the term, “Fiber Art” is defined. After a discussion with Dayzee, my mind spun around a bit, then settled on a definition that seems to apply to the way PHFA artists execut …