Let those affected by domestic violence know they aren’t alone.

Your purchase of Extraordinary Women Mugs and Tote Bags benefits Hilltop’s Latimer House which provides vital services to those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. Together we can help them move from crisis to confidence with individual and group counseling, advocacy, emergency shelter, children’s services and 24-hour crisis line.

Priced from $15 to $50.

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Extraordinary Women items also available at any Alpine Bank Grand Valley Location or The Main Street Gallery



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Extraordinary Women Artwork Created by Fay Timmerman


Extraordinary Women - Confidence by Fay Timmerman - Hilltop

Fay Timmerman can’t remember a time that she didn’t have a needle or paint brush in her hand. She grew up watching generations of women in her family sew, quilt and paint. Creating with her hands has always a part of her life, so it seemed natural that she should continue the tradition and make art.

A founding member of the Art Quilt Association, Fay creates and teaches in a variety of mediums—oil, acrylic and fiber. She considers herself an intuitive and experimental artist who frequently asks herself and her students “What if?”

Fay’s work has been in many national and international juried shows and featured in Lark Book’s 500 Art Quilts: An Inspiring Collection of Contemporary Work and American Quilter’s Society’s Art Quilt Engagement Calendar, and GV Magazine. She shows her work at the Main Street Gallery & The Art Center in Grand Junction and the Blue Pig Gallery in Palisade. Her art is in many collections.

Fay lives in Grand Junction, as she has for almost 30 years with her artist husband, Steve Traudt. They enjoy traveling and visiting museums and galleries throughout the world.

Her pieces, “Confidence” and “Diffidence,” painted in oil, which are featured this year for the Extraordinary Women Artwork series are studies of work by Alphonso Muchca. Both paintings are available for sale at The Main Street Gallery, 412 Main Street in Grand Junction. A portion of the sale will be donated to Hilltop’s Latimer House.

To learn more about Fay Timmerman visit synvis.com.