News at Paintings with Fabric
Current News (2012)
Daughters of the American Revolution honored Jeanine with their first National Women in the Arts Recognition Award in Durango, Colorado February 18, 2012. Daughters of the American Revolution initiated this new award to recognize worthy women for outstanding achievements in the non-performance arts.Jeanine Malaney is an accomplished watercolor artist, oil painter and fabric artist who combines these media into an art form she calls “painting with fabric".
Art in the Garden 4th Annual Juried Exhibit
Jeanine holds book signing party at Wild Spirit Gallery
Pagosa Springs Art of the West
Art in the Garden 3rd Annual Juried Exhibit
Pagosa Springs Arts Council 7th Annual Juried Exhibit
Pagosa Mountain Hospital, 3rd Juried Exhibit
Pagosa Springs Arts Council 6th Annual Juried Exhibit, 3rd Place Award
Artisans of the Southwest Juried Exhibit
Phoenix Art Museum Benefit Exhibit for International School of AZ
Jeanine is juried into the new Hospital celebration art Exhibit...More
Jeanine was honor as Pagosa Celebrity by the Library ..More
Jeanine juried into the 2007 Juried art exhibit...More
Jeanine juried into the 2008 Pagosa Springs Arts Council Calendar ...More
Jeanine accepts invitation to be part of the Wild Spirit Gallery Offerings ..More
Jeanine's Painting to be Auctioned at Soup for the Soul Benefit...More
Jeanine teaches art class at South Fork ...More
Jeanine Donates Fabric Art Painting to LASSO....More
Jeanine juried by Pierre Mion into Art Exhibit ...More
Jeanine is a featured artist at the Fred Harman Museum ...More
Jeanine accepts invitation to be part of the Natural Accents Gallery Offerings ...More
Jeanine juried into the 2007 Pagosa Springs Arts Council Calendar ...More
Jeanine Featured in Artist Magazine ....More
Jeanine Teaches Art Class ....More
Jeanine Honored at Hospice Benefit ...More
Ouray, Colorado 45th Annual Artists Holiday Juried Exhibit August 6-13 (Jeanine Juried in the Exhibit)
Shy Rabbit Studio, Pagosa Springs, May
The Art to Music Exhibit featured 10 artists and John Graves on keyboard. Jeanine Malaney was one of the artists who presented work for the impromptu musical composition by Mr. Graves. Jeanine’s watercolor painting entitled “Albert Squirrel” inspired a whimsical melody. For more information, go to current press release.
PSAC Gallery, Pagosa Springs, May
Jeanine's fabric painting "Spirit of the American West II " was selected for the 2006 Pagosa Country Calendar. Proceeds from calendar sales will benefit the Pagosa Springs Arts Council. All original art for the calendar was on exhibit for the month.
Shy Rabbit Showroom, Pagosa Springs, May
Jeanine was a contributing artist for the Fiction to Art Exhibit. Twenty-nine artists created works in their unique media based on a fictional essay by J. Hannah entitled “The Mortality of Kodak Moments.”
Durango Arts Center, June
DAC’s 29 th Annual Juried Exhibit included one watercolor “Thistle on Saguaro” and one fabric painting “Grand Canyon Vista” by Jeanine.
Pagosa Springs Arts Council Gallery, June
Jeanine's fabric painting exhibit drew a crowd of 150 at the opening reception and continued through the month. The show included eight large pieces by Jeanine, about 4 x 5 foot.
Shy Rabbit Showroom, Pagosa Springs, March
Three of Jeanine's paintings with fabric were on display at the Shy Rabbit in Pagosa Springs, Colorado: "Early Spring", "Mt. Wilson Beams on Alta Lake", and " Spirit of the American West I".
Durango Arts Center Gallery, January
Jeanine’s fabric art "Mt. Wilson Beams on Alta Lake " was selected. This Four Corners Commission Juried Exhibit celebrates the diversity of heritage and uniqueness of the Four Corners region.
Quality features of Jeanine’s fabric art paintings:
Each painting is original and unique art, signed by the artist
Composition is balanced with focal point, depth, contrast and shading
Perspective is accurate and value ranges provide interest
Synergy is achieved with multiple media
Only quilt shop quality fabrics are used
Free motion quilting is consistent in density and stitch length
Each painting is squared up to hang flat and straight
Corners are mitered
Binding is continuous with hidden finish
Backing is neat and displays quilting
Ready to hang as framed