Linda Teddlie Minton
Linda has donated this gorgeous art quilt to the 2009 Invitational Reverse Auction to be held March 24 – 26, 2009.
Rusty Grove is 26×28″ and created from Linda’s own rust-printed and monoprinted fabrics. The artwork is also hand-painted, hand-embroidered, and machine-quilted.
Rusty Grove was juried into the Houston Center for Contemporary Crafts’ Unifying Threads exhibit, but was marked Not For Sale in order to remain available for this Invitational Reverse Auction of Fiberarts.
100% of the proceeds from the Reverse Auction, sponsored by Fiberart For A Cause, is donated directly to the American Cancer Society with an immediate electronic receipt for the donor from the ACS.
Linda lost her husband to cancer in 1999 and has supported Fiberart For A Cause since its beginning. “Being asked to contribute a piece to the prestigious FFAC Reverse Auction is a great honor and I am very happy to participate in this fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.”
You can read more about Linda’s work on her blog. Her work is also for sale in several Texas galleries and can be seen in Creative Quilting: The Journal Quilt Project. Linda recently curated the online exhibit, Braving the Elements.