A visit with Cheryl Bridgart.


Last week at Guild, our guest speaker was Cheryl Bridgart. I thought you might like to see some of her work.

I found it fascinating that she draws with thread on washed art paper…. so I went home and washed some paper, but I couldn't get it very soft… I think there must be a a bit of a trick to it.

I love the things she does… specially the animal pieces.

Zebra's, birds, large doe eyes, black and white stripes blended with bright flowing colors are her signature whether in her painting or fine art machine embroidery.

Using her sewing machine she creates a fantasy in fabric, the thread delicately laces the images into one of sheer beauty.

She also wears her art, combining fashion with character costumes of a jaunty nature.

During our Festival of Art I hope to get to interview and photograph a segment for the Quilt Show, but in the mean time, enjoy the YouTube presentation.




Visit Cheryls' web site.
  to see more of her work. It's fascinating.




3 Comments Add yours

  1. ann says:

    I enjoyed seeing the work of Cheryl Bridgart, thank you for featuring her. I was amazed by her stitchery, as I struggle to do free-motion quilting.

  2. Yvonne says:

    Thank you for showing us Cheryl’s work, just so inspiring!!

  3. Hi Pam, it was a pleasure to meet you. I had an open studio at my city studio/home for the Fringe on the long weekend just past. I was told to check your blog. Thank you for including me. The weekend was fun. I am sure we will meet again.
    Best regards Cheryl

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