Fiber Artist

Self portrait done for the 2012 show at the Madison Senior Center

My Creativety with Needle and Thread

I have been sewing for as long as I can remember, from stitching doll clothes to making my own.  I discovered fabric: the patterns and prints, texture and color. Quilting entered by life in the eighties with traditional quilts and designs. 

My quilts have evolved to art pieces.  Sometimes a piece is a collage, or unrealistic abstraction, each using techniques and colors to covey a feeling or a story.   Fabrics might be commercially produced, dyed or painted, texture and illusion become part of each piece.  Each one is different than the next. 

I continue to explore and learn different techniques in making my art.  Working with a group of friends at the 3150 studios brings new ideas and projects as we work together to create our pieces. 

Enjoy these works as well as the works of the 3150 Artists.

"Misty Marsh" - One of a series of six abstracts.
Portal Dreams-second in the series
Woodland Whimsy- Third in the series
Aquatic Mood- Fourth in the series
Checkered Symbols- Fifth in the series
Spherical Illusion-Sixth in the series
"WOMEN INSPIRING WOMEN" piece, Masks in Design, inspired by the work of Lois Mailou Jones
Organza Overlay
The overlay depicts Pereira's use of glass in her paintings to show space and light.
Geometric Glass Shapes
Lines made of ribbon indicate a method of directing the eye to the metal washers she used in her mechanical paintings.
Women Inspiring Women
Inspired by the work of Irene Rice Pereira, the artist who was considered to be one of the contributors of the "American Geometric movement"
Coming home from 3150
Frozen fog
Is anyone coming? Can I get this picture?
Even the weeds look arty and beautiful
A Wasp nest? What an awesome sight

More of my quilts-

Sew it Goes
Sunset Landscape
Circles. shapes and fencing
Nature's Story
Open Door/Closed Door
Bubbling Beach
Years of Despair
Meandering Movements, part of a triptych of butterflies
City of Paper
'WOMEN INSPIRING WOMEN", Living Time and Design inspired by Lois Marilou Jones
Close up
The bridges over the river are overlaid with a printed bridge on organza. Look closely at the collage.
Another closer look
Another overlay on the collage.
City-scape Metropolis 2014
Kind regards
Linda Pustz

Enjoy the Fiber Art

Please contact me if you want more information on any of these quilts- I can be reached  on e-mail at

Look at all the artists on this site- The 3150 group of women meet once a week to share and learn from each other. Join us at an upcoming show.  Hope to see you there.

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CT | Reply 15.02.2014 23.56

Love your series!

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15.06 | 16:24

Your quilts are amazing! I recently attended a 1969 Morgan women's class reunion. If you'd like a class picture and update please send me your email.

28.01 | 16:11

Beautiful work. Let me know when you next show.

06.12 | 19:50

Mary, Art Mask ROCKS at MPL. Bravo, so interesting, Hope your group hangs a show at Cap Lakes in '17. Great space. Love your fiber art, so happy, it is magical!

22.11 | 14:02

Many thanks again. Your vibrant art looks awesome, hanging adjacent to "Dangly Things." The Path Ahead is a happy piece to own/admire. Gratitude & best Wishes

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