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Donna Stankiewicz

I have been ‘creating’ my entire life, it is part of my DNA.  It is always in my heart; it is part of my soul. I create what I enjoy and am drawn to what speaks to me, as the process is part of the fun.  Occasionally, my work is not planned at all.  I start with a vision and it takes off from there.  


​​​​Jody Wigton

Exploring the use of various fibers and other mediums in conjunction with cutting edge technology and equipment has allowed me to open the door to my creativity.  Coupled with color and design the possibilities are truly endless.  My imagination has no boundaries but time!


​​Shaaron Thomas

Creating with my hands and imagination has been a lifetime passion - be it painting, needlework or crafting.  I am fortunate to be able to recreate the beauty of nature and my surroundings, and am continually surprised that other appreciate my efforts.

Peg Weschke​

Peg  loves to create her own fabric collages representing realistic views of nature and island activity.   She has been juried into multiple quilt shows and exhibitions including AQS, Mancuso and SAQA.  Peg's awards include multiple ribbons in the Art/Innovative category - including a Best of Show and a People's Choice..  

Ron Hodge

A native of South Carolina, Ron has lived on or near Hilton Head Island for 40 years.  He has quilted for about 20 years and sold in galleries in Savannah and Beaufort.  His work has evolved from bed quilts to wall hangings.  

He would like to devote more hours each day to explore and develop his art.