In recent years I've done the promotional materials (postcard, poster, catalog, etc.) for the SAQA NM art quilt shows, as well as some other shows. I really enjoy putting together the catalogs and coming up with new designs and logos, and making a cohesive set. I just finished the catalog for the most recent show, Life Along the Rio Grande which is opening in April at the Branagan Cultural Center in Las Cruces. My mom worked really hard in for this show in particular, securing most of the venues, which is a huge task. The catalog is available on Amazon, and the funds go to support SAQA NM. The regions use the funds to help with the costs of traveling the shows to multiple venues.
The opening for the first venue was last Friday (in Las Cruces, NM) so anyone in the area should go check out the show at the Branigan Cultural Center. The details are on the postcard back down below.
Here's the logo I made for the show:
And the postcard, front and back:
catalog cover and some shots from inside.
Then a few weeks ago I got a wonderful surprise in the mail (in spite of some delivery mixups) from my friend Betty Busby who's the curator for the show. She knows I like graphic design stuff and she got me a sheet of stamps printed up featuring the postcard image. What a fun surprise!
And just for good measure, this is the quilt I have in the show, called VLA: High Plains of New Mexico, which you can read more about here.