• Bobbi Baugh to have two works featured in Dunedin Fine Art Center

    Bobbi Baugh to have two works featured in Dunedin Fine Art Center

    EXHIBITING IN DUNEDIN FINE ART CENTER IN JUNE
    (posted May 18, 2017)

    I am so pleased to have two works selected for the exhibition “GROWTH!” sponsored by Florida Studio Art Quilt Associates. “Small Expectations” looks at the subject of growth through a portrait of two little girls enclosed in a background of the expectations for “proper” girls. “Beach Path – Endangered” invites viewers to recall the urge of the beach and the feel of sand in the toes, along with the reminder that growth threatens this natural experience.

    To learn more about the two works shown click SMALL EXPECTATIONS or BEACH PATH.

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  • Florida Craft Art Invited Creative Writers to respond.....

    Florida Craft Art Invited Creative Writers to respond.....

    And what a wonderful response! Two of the quilts I had exhibiting in "A Well-Crafted Tale" have become the basis for poetry. The poems written are shown here. I am so touched by these thoughtful, interesting works. Thank you, poets.

  • Poem based on "Fledgling" quilt from the Well-Crafted Tale project.

    Poem based on "Fledgling" quilt from the Well-Crafted Tale project.
  • Two Art Quilts selected for Florida CraftArt "Well Crafted Tale"

    Two Art Quilts selected for Florida CraftArt "Well Crafted Tale"

    Bobbi Baugh will be displaying two art quilts in a juried all-medium fine craft show sponsored by the Florida CraftArt gallery in St. Petersburg. The gallery is the home of the statewide craft organization and features a beautiful presentation of fine craft by Florida artisans. "A Well Crafted Tale" is an exhibit on the subject of storytelling. Baugh's pieces selected for exhibit feature girls in imaginary settings. In "The Flight of the Magical Lawnchair," two young girls take an imaginary flight through the night sky above their town. In "Fledgling" a young girl sits on a telephone wire, along with two birds, above an empty nest. The exhibit opens June 24 and will display through August 15.

  • Solo Show at Art on Douglas opens May 7, 2016

    Solo Show at Art on Douglas opens May 7, 2016

    "Storytelling and Explorations" will exhibit at Arts on Douglas Gallery in New Smyrna Beach May 7 - May 29. The show is a mix of mixed media and monotype collage work on paper and on fabric. In the storytelling pieces, the works explore patterns and connections of memory and dreams. In the explorations pieces, the works explore patterns and connections in natural forms.

    Bobbi Baugh will present an artist's talk on Friday, May 13 at 11 am.

  • "River's Edge" created and donated for Rotary Wild Game Feast

    "River's Edge" created and donated for Rotary Wild Game Feast

    The artwork for the 2016 Wild Game Feast auction was unveiled on April 28. Created to reflect the outdoors theme of the event, the piece depicts the rich layers and colors of a Florida scene by the water's edge. The work is 24" x 36", framed, painted fabric with collage and machine stitched textures. All proceeds from bidding on the work will be donated to local charities supported by the DeLand Breakfast Rotary. The Wild Game Feast will be help May 5 at the Volusia County Fairgrounds.

  • November, 2016 – FALL FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS, DELAND

    November, 2016 – FALL FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS, DELAND

    I am honored to be selected as the featured artist for T-Shirts and posters for the 2016-Fall Festival of the Arts in DeLand. I love the DeLand Fall Festival! It’s in beautiful downtown DeLand, and it’s a wonderful opportunity for me to show my work in my own home town. I haven’t created the artwork for the 2016 Festival yet…but the wheels are turning! I hope to draw on imagery from Florida’s river and wetlands life. Learn more about the Festival at www.delandfallfestival.com

  • April, 2016 “Immigration Stories”

    April, 2016 “Immigration Stories”

    “How Can We Sing in a Strange Land” has been accepted for inclusion in the SAQA exhibit, "Migration Stories", opening April 15, 2016 at the National Textile Museum of George Washington University in Washington, D.C. A joint project between SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Associates) and GWU, this exhibit promises to be an outstanding presentation of artist responses to the subject of immigration. Over two hundred applications were received, and thirty nine were accepted. I think it is interesting that this exhibit was conceived and advertised to artists for jurying nearly two years ago. How timely this subject is now!

  • 2015 FALL ART FESTIVALS - STUDIO TOUR

    Look for Bobbi's works at the Maitland Art Festival, November 13-15. Bobbi will also be showing in DeLand's Fall Festival of the Arts, November 21-22. And, during the first weekend of December, Bobbi will open her studio as part of "Off the Beaten path" Studio Tour.

  • Bobbi's Work now showing at Arts on Douglas

    Arts on Douglas Gallery, New Smyrna Beach Florida, now shows works by Bobbi Baugh. Bobbi participated in the new artists show in June 2015 and Endless Summer in August. Bobbi will also show work in the Past Perfect Show opening in October, 2015 and the Small Works in December. In May of 2016, Bobbi will have a solo show in the main gallery.

  • April 2015 - Lillian's Expectations Accepted into SAQA Balancing Act

    Bobbi Baugh’s Art Quilt, “Lillian's Expectations” has been juried into this traveling exhibit, which will premiere at Quilt National in Houston 2015. This exhibition challenged artists to submit works that respond to the concept of balance in women's lives. The quilt is based on a photograph opf the artist's grandmother found in a family scrapbook. It focuses on a strong, centered older woman, but other images in the quilt allude to imbalance and turmoil.

  • JANUARY 2015 - SOLO SHOW AT ROCKY MOUNTAIN QUILT MUSEUM

    Bobbi Baugh's works will be exhibited in a solo show at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden, Colorado, January 30 through April 28, 2015. Baugh's work, "Change Begins with a dream,the Flight of the Magical Lawnchair," was awarded First Place at the RMQM Evolutions Show in August of 2014.

  • Dec, 2014 - Bobbi Baugh to participate in DeLand Artist Studio tour

    Deland area artists will host their first-ever Artist Studio Tour, Off the Beaten Path, December 6 and 7, 2014. The tour is self-guided, with maps available at www.FloridaArtsTour.com. Admission is free. Visitors will have the opportunity to see artists' work spaces, to talk to the artists, and to see and buy work. Bobbi will be showing new collaged works on paper and on fabric,

  • December 2014 - PIECING TOGETHER A CHANGING PLANET

    "End of Eden," a piece created in collaboration with artist John Lewis, has been accepted to be a part of this SAQA-sponsored traveling exhibit, opening December 2014 at Biscayne National Park in Miami. Exhibit curator Maya Schonenberger created a call to artists that encouraged an artistic response to the reality of global warming. "Stories of how artists have played a crucial role in the environmental movement are legion. The arts convey beauty, fragility and urgency in ways that touch the heart and soul, thus opening the mind as well." Baugh and Lewis created a piece drawing on the tradition of a Renaissance altarpiece, especially "The Garden of Earthy Delights" by Hieronymus Bosch, which depicts transformation from a pastoral garden-like world to a hell-like scene of flames and decay, with human folly depicted in between. Baugh and Lewis put a contemporary spin on the human activity depicted, showing such contributors to global warming as fracking, dependence on fossil fuel, and poor agricultural practices. The group show will travel for two years, with exhibits at Cuyahoga National Park, Cap Cod National Seashore, the Statue of Liberty, Great Smoky Mountains and Glacier National Park, among others.

  • October, 2014... Maitland Art Festival Award of Excellence

    Bobbi was pleased to be awarded an Award of Excellence at the Maitland Rotary Art under the Stars Festival in October. She showed new work in paper mixed media/collage,and, for the first time, also showed mixed media/fabric pieces as well.

  • OCTOBER 2014 – REDIRECTING THE ORDINARY – SAQA EXHIBIT

    Bobbi Baugh’s Art Quilt, “Dance of the Survivors” has been juried into this traveling exhibit, which will premiere at Quilt National in Houston. This exhibition challenged artists to submit works that see ordinary objects in a new way. Baugh’s quilt depicts misshapen, funny garden carrots as spunky, celebrative characters who have been through hardships and now want a night on the town to dance.


  • AUGUST 2014 – FIRST PLACE - EVOLUTIONS 2014 RMQM

    Bobbi Baugh’s Art Quilt, “Change Begins With a Dream: The Flight of the Magical Lawn Chair” has been awarded FIRST PLACE this exhibit, which will opened at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden, Colorado in August. This exhibition features artists’ interpretations of the concept of evolution/change. Baugh’s quilt depicts two little girls flying through space on a magical, imaginary ride. Once they see their world and themselves in a new way, anything is possible.

  • MAY 2014 – “Florida in Fabric” Exhibition

    Bobbi Baugh’s Art Quilt, “Florida Undercurrents” has been juried into this exhibit, which will open at the Ruth Funk Textile Museum in May. This exhibition features artists’ interpretations of Florida. Baugh’s quilt depicts a child serenely tubing in blue Florida waters, while prehistoric fish from earlier ages swim below.

  • DECEMBER 2013 – Viva Florida – Florida 500 Exhibit

    Bobbi Baugh received the Judges award of Merit at this show sponsored by the Elliott Museum, Stuart, Florida. The exhibition featured juried works in all mediums on the general theme of celebrating Florida. Baugh’s art quilt, “Florida garden with Critters” is a monotype collage on rice paper and fabric, depicting warm Florida garden colors, with a few hidden garden critters.