Friday, October 21, 2022

Congratulations Cynthia Catlin!

Cynthia Catlin's fiber art work was featured in the Springboro, Ohio  FiberShow '22. She was one of ten featured artists at this event. The show was held at the Springboro Performing Arts Center in September 2022.

 Here are some of her vases that were at the show:

And some of her art quilts:

Here is Cynthia at the show:

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Tustin Art Walk - Teresa Shippy Art Work Available!

Teresa Shippy will be one of the featured artists at this years Tustin Art Walk and Craft Crawl.  The event will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2022 from 11am to 5 pm in Old Town Tustin. This will be a great opportunity to purchase beautiful, one of a kind art journals and other art pieces from Teresa. 

For more information - email

Thursday, May 12, 2022

"Art Box"

Beyond the Edge artists creativity extends beyond fiber arts. Teresa Shippy created the lovely Art Box shown below. 

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Winter Swan

The fiber art piece shown below was created by Eileen Wintemute. It was shown in our exhibit "Between Heaven and Earth" at PIQF 2021. 

                                           Winter Swan

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Teresa Shippy's "Reflection" Art Work

This piece was created by Teresa Shippy for the Beyond the Edge Artist's "Between Heaven and Earth" exhibit. This piece was inspired by great loss and what it takes to move forward in life. 

Saturday, March 5, 2022

Laura Bisagna's "Oops?!"

"Oops?!" is one of Laura Bisagna's most recent fiber art pieces. It was included in Beyond the Edge Artist's exhibit, "Between Heaven and Earth". The background piecing is amazing on this whimsical piece!

Thursday, February 17, 2022

Eileen Wintemute's "Royal Treatment" on Display in La Conner, Washington

Eileen Wintemute's "Royal Treatment" piece is now on display at the Pacific Northwest Quilt and Fiber Arts Museum in La Conner, Washington. The piece is part of their "Birds of a Fiber" exhibit. This exhibit will run through the end of March. The museum is located at 703 South 2nd Street, La Conner, Washington.