Carol Vinick - Featured Artist

I use fabric collage to tell stories. I believe that activist stories from our history need to be told because their message is pertinent today, and their compelling narratives offer strength to those who follow them. Equally important to me is to represent the power of nature in my work. Whether telling the story of a civil rights leader or a pair of boat-tailed grackles enjoying a moment together, my quilts tell stories worth sharing. My work is featured in books, museums, galleries, private collections, and juried shows, some of which have traveled nationally and internationally.

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Credits

Home page slide show images: CWA Member Michele Tragakiss, Hope, Oil and Ink on Paper; CWA Member Kathleen DeMeo, Alpenglow, Monotype; CWA Member Grace McEnaney, The Rose Window, Watercolor.  Home page events images: L to R: Diane Brown, Loop-dee-Loop, oil & cold wax painting; Carol Zamcheck, Three Birds, alabaster sculpture; Linda DeStefanis, Delayed Departure, oil on canvas painting.  Events page: A recent CWA Annual National Open Juried Exhibition at the Slater Memorial Museum, Norwich, Connecticut - Photo by CWA member B. Rossitto.

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