Fiberart International 2010

April 20, 2010By Pam RuBertExhibitions, News No Comments

“St. Louis – Wish You Were Hair” is part of Fiberart International 2010. Tour dates for the exhibition include: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and the Society for Contemporary Craft – April 17 – August 22, 2010. Memorial Art Gallery of Rochester, Rochester, NY – April 30 ­- July 3, 2011 San Francisco Museum of … Read More

Creative Time and Space: Making Room for Making Art

November 7, 2009By Pam RuBertBooks No Comments

by Ricë Freeman-Zachery, published by North Light Books 2009 – Features my quilts, drawings, sketchbooks, photos of studio, and ideas for inspiring creativity. Ricë worked hard at getting a ton of information out of the 12 artists who participated in this project. The book is densely layered with photos of art and information about things … Read More

Modern Materials: The Art of the Quilt

July 10, 2009By Pam RuBertExhibitions, News No Comments

An invitational exhibition curated by Jill Rumoshosky Werner featuring some of the best and most innovative contemporary artists working in the medium of quilt art today. [Artspace] at Untitled 1 NE 3rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73104 P: 405.815.9995 July 10 – August 29, 2009 Here’s a Flickr gallery showing installation of in the … Read More

Cox Gallery at William Woods University

February 10, 2009By Pam RuBertExhibitions

Pam RuBert – Contemporary Art Quilts and Drawings Mildred M. Cox Fine Art Gallery William Woods University, Fulton, MO February 2-27, 2009 This was a special solo show for me because William Woods University is my alma mater. Actually, I was an English communications major at this school, but my art classes and art profs … Read More

Distinctive Directions at Lux Gallery

April 20, 2008By Pam RuBertExhibitions No Comments

The Distinctive Directions group Textile art at the Lux Center for the Arts in Lincoln, NE, April 4-26, 2008. Featuring “Fencing In or Keeping Out” a solo show by Lisa Call and “Distinctive Directions” featuring the work of Deidre Adams, Pam RuBert, Joanie San Chirico, Jeanne Williamson and curated by Lisa Call. [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157604436617165″]