Sunday, September 16, 2018

Mary Lachman featured in Hartford Courant

I have two artworks in the SAQA-CT exhibit Local Color 3: Inspired by Science on view at the Windsor Art Center until mid-October.  If you have not yet had a chance to see the exhibit head on over.

Here is what the Hartford Courant wrote about Mary and Local Color 3!

Cellular Organelles by Mary Lachman - Copyright 2018

Into the Cosmos by Mary Lachman - Copyright 2018





Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Windsor Arts Center - Local Color 3

Happy Labor Day!  On Sunday we had a backyard cookout yesterday with my husband's family and Monday we are took it easy, except for dropping my car off at the mechanic's to check out the noise coming from the rear axle, and cleaning the house for the arrival of friends from Italy who will be with us for the next 10 days.

Saturday was the opening reception for LC3 at the Windsor Arts Center. The exhibit is beautifully hung and lighted so nicely. Thank you to Wanda Seldon, former member of the CT Fiber Arts Collective for curating such a fine show.

I didn't  take any photos at the reception but was interviewed by Dennis from the Hartford Courant! (I am still looking for the link to the story. When I find it I will post.)


Thursday, August 30, 2018

Opening Reception this Saturday

Remember...

The Opening Reception for  Local Color 3Inspired by Science, the juried exhibit of art quilts by members of SAQA-CT (Studio Art Quilt Associates-Connecticut) (including two of my works) is THIS Saturday. 

Hope to see you there!

Saturday, September 1 from 5-7 pm 
Windsor Arts Center
40 Mechanic Street 
Windsor, CT 06095
Artist dyed fabric with oil paintstik embellishment
Mary Lachman Copyright 2018

Monday, August 27, 2018

Yes, I Volunteered

I am honored to be accepted as a Connecticut SAQA co-representative. I will be working along side Jan Doyle to inspire our local chapter of art quilters and fiber enthusiasts to reach their goals.

The image below was shown during a recent SAQA conference call during which three state reps (from California, Nevada and Pennsylvania) described how their chapters were able to raise additional funding to support workshops and outside speakers.   The PA chapter members made 4"x 6" fabric postcards to sell at their art exhibit. The PA-rep said the artwork flew off the shelves priced at $50 unframed and $100 framed.
A 4x6" fabric artwork, 8x10" framed 


Thursday, August 2, 2018

Jan Doyle Interviews Mary Lachman on BCTV


In late July, Jan Doyle interviewed me and Christina Blais for her program Wyse Talk.  Filmed at Branford Community Access TV, Christina and I share information about the beginnings of SAQA and how it has grown in the past thirty years.  Viewers will learn how to join SAQA, what happens at regional meetings, and the benefits of membership.  (My husband, Dominick, manned the close-up camera. Jan said she wants to double his salary...he was a volunteer!)

Here is the link: https://youtu.be/rTXxlNtFvDY

Christina Blais relaxing in the lobby

Dominick and Jan Doyle reviewing another photo shoot (they are both camera buffs)

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Back from Vacation

View to South Bass Island from Kelleys Island, OH

Beach pebbles

Large horn coral fossil en face in limestone bedrock

Stand of tress

Sunset over Lake Erie

Friday, May 4, 2018

Congratulations to Phyllis Small!

Phyllis Small received the mixed media prize at the CAFA juried show at the Mystic Museum of Art for “Brown and Sharpe.” 
The show continues through June 2, 2018 at the Mystic Museum of Art, 9 Water Street, Mystic, CT 06355
Part book, part mixed media, part sculpture and entirely AMAZING!