Say no more. See pictures. End of year acceleration is in effect. All these are gratitudes of the past week.
Drumming at Guadalupe State Park -- Do you wonder why we love this time of year?
Ray was one of the other drummers by the river.
A magical fiber art exhibit at the Southwest School of Art and Craft: This piece by Piper Shepard
|November 15th 2007 - January 13th 2008|
|Over, Under, Around, and Through|
Linda Hutchins (Oregon), Tracy Krumm (North Carolina)
A piece of art cloth, finished up during the final Independent Study afternoon lab at the Southwest School. This is a soy wax batik, that also includes some printing with a soy wax screen.
Below, Tina faces the blank page at the Art Quilt Journey workshop at the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center last Friday.
Highway 16 between Bandera and Kerrville. And you think Texas doesn't have fall color?
I'm sure something pithy and thoughtful will come soon to this cyberspace. But pictures seemed to say it all on a crisp day with a design table urging me on. Here's one of two small art quilt altars I completed today -- the other one is under wraps until it's owner sees it tomorrow. Then I'll post it, if she agrees. This is Christmas Virgin, 2007. 16" by 12" by 3.5". Just in time for Guadalupe's day, December 12.