I’m thrilled with the article in today’s paper concerning the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen member exhibit at the Carnegie Art Center in Covington, KY. Thanks, Jackie, for the great write-up and Liz, for the cool pictures!!
I’m finding it hard to believe how much time has elapsed since my last post here! About the only thing that remains of the summer are the bug bites that still itch. Lots has happened including a new grandson! Sebastian John is already two weeks old and growing! Such a cutie, but then I’m…Continue reading It’s October already!
Today was filled with paper and books and all the lovely people involved with them. After doing some mudcloth with Sue last night (great red and decent tan from local muds), I packed up, bade a fond farewell to Sue and Andrew and the Dandenongs, and loaded into Tricia’s car this morning. Along the way…Continue reading Paper and Books
I was lax on posting last month – sorry! So, to start October right, here we go: Yesterday I took 8 women, mostly older than me, into the woods in Kentucky and we pulled grapevines for random weaving. Learned about other invasive plants and how/why they are good or not for basketry. We harvested some…Continue reading Starting October off right
Well, there is absolutely no way to avoid the heat and humidity and still be active. The only activity I’m intent on at the moment is to gather all the supplies needed for the 8 classes I’m teaching at Convergence 2010 Albuquerque. Dyed some reed this morning for the jelly bean baskets and it is…Continue reading Simmer in the summer