Thursday, August 6, 2020

Monday, July 6, 2020

"Diego's Letters" to be Exhibited


"Diego's Letters" by Teresa Shippy



Congratulations to Teresa Shippy whose piece, "Diego's Letters" has been
juried into 'The HeART of Orange County All Media 2020 Art Show’.
                
This is a Juried Art Exhibit Presented by Chemers Gallery and the Tustin Area Council For Fine Arts. Show date to be announced.

Chemers Art Gallery is located at 17300 17th Street, Tustin CA. Phone number 714-731-5432.


Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Staying Safe


Beyond the Edge Artists hope all of you are safe and healthy. 


Artwork by Laura Bisagna

Monday, January 6, 2020

Mia Bloom is featured in the Winter 2020 Art Journaling Magazine



We are proud to announce that Mia Bloom has an article published in the Winter 2020 Art Journaling Magazine. Mia's article is about her "Hanging by a Thread" art journal. 







Here are some photos of the spread:





Be sure to look for this magazine and check out Mia's article!




















Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Art exhibit in honor of Linda Friedman

An art exhibit honoring our founding member, Linda Friedman, who passed away recently, was held on Sunday, December 22, 2019. This exhibit was organized by Linda's daughter, Nikki Leeds. It was held at the Linksoul Lab in Oceanside, CA. The event was well attended by friends - old and new. Everyone shared wonderful stories about Linda. She is greatly loved and missed by all.

Here are some photos of the event.















Friday, November 15, 2019

Linda Friedman




We are saddened to announce that one of our members, Linda Friedman, has passed away. Linda was a founding member of Beyond the Edge Fiber Artists and contributed greatly to the artistry of our group. Linda’s beautiful art work inspired us all to stretch ourselves and create more and better works. She was incredibly supportive of our efforts, and generous with her time or anything else she could give.  She was often referred to as the “over-achiever” of the group, because her pieces for an exhibit were usually the first completed.  We are all grieving her loss and will remember her well.  We love you Linda. 


 "Between Heaven and Earth", by Linda Friedman