Speaker: Sharon Bottle Souva
Sewing is one of my greatest pleasures. I began making quilts in 1976, putting them on the walls instead of beds. This allows a greater freedom in exploring ways to manipulate the fabric. The tradition of quilt making continues to be on the forefront of my work as I explore this medium into nontraditional creations.
My work has been or is being shown in numerous private collections, museums and galleries around the country.
I received a BFA and MA at The State University of New York at Oswego in 2017 studying printmaking with studio practice.
Lecture: Lecture: Inspirations: Finding Ideas, Designs and Compositions
Fat Quarter: Ugly Fabrid
Towpath Guild meets at 10:00AM on the second Tuesday of the month at the United Methodist Church in Fayetteville, located next to the Post Office on Genesee St. In the event of bad weather, we follow the Fayetteville-Manlius school closings. Guests are welcome to attend a maximum of two meetings at $3.00 per meeting. After that time, the guest fee(s) may be applied to the annual dues.