Carlene Keller

Carlene keller

My medium is cloth, preferably brightly colored and unusual

Carlene is an accomplished fiber artist and instructor whose medium is the brightly colored and uniquely textured cloth that she dyes and transforms into art quilts.
She is retired from her profession as a Nurse Practitioner and currently lives and works in Kailua Kona, Hawaii.

Education
Mendocino Community College, 2001-2004
MS Primary Health Care, UC Davis 1983

Exhibitions
2004 Group exhibition, Rochioli Vineyards & Winery, Healdsburg, CA
2004 Group exhibition, Gallery One, Petaluma, CA
2005 Group exhibition, Petaluma Regional Library, Petaluma, CA
2005, Group exhibition, Windsor Regional Library, Windsor, CA
2006 Group exhibition, Taft Street Winery, Sebastopol, CA
2013 Group exhibition, Aloha Quilt Show at SKEA, Captain Cook, HI
2015 Group exhibition, Big Island Artists Biennial, Holualoa, HI
2015 Group exhibition, West Hawaii Community Clinic, Kailua Kona, HI

Collectiions
Private collection, Sebastopol, CA
Private collection, Duncan Mills, CA
Private collection, Westlake Village, CA
Private collection, Ventura, CA
Private collection, Napa, CA
Private collection, North Kohala, CA
Private collection, New York
Private collection, Kailua Kona, HI

Publications
Hand dyed fabrics featured in “The Surface Designer’s Handbook” by Holly Brackmann