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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Okay, here’s the thing:  This show is officially opening tomorrow evening.  I’m very excited but I have a little bit of an issue with the timing.  I’m going to a costume party that very same evening immediately after the opening!  There’s no time for a wardrobe change.  So embarrassing angst aside, if you want to […]

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Finished!  My submission for that upcoming show is done!  It’s such a good feeling to have this one over with and I’m happy to say I really like what I’ve done here.  I know, it’s not like my usual “color block” type of work, but I have done this type of thing before.  In keeping […]

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As mentioned earlier on writing about this ginger quilt that is going to be in an upcoming local show, I was nervous that for a five-week show and a year long investigation of color, light and space, I didn’t have much to show.  I had the idea of displaying some of my pictures taken while […]

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I’m working on that ginger quilt because I’m part of a local show which opens soon.  The artwork is due Monday.  This wonderful opportunity is a gift really, but it couldn’t have come at a more difficult time.  I’m buried in life these days and am struggling with pushing myself artistically.   I am happy […]

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My first attempts at piecing this ginger quilt proved to be too ambitious, so I started on another design today.  I really don’t have the luxury of starting over again so this will have to do.

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I’m part of a group of local artists that will be featured in a small show in a local gallery.  Honored I am to be a part of this process, yet even more puzzled as to how I’m going to make it all fit into my current life.  Thankfully, piecing is something I enjoy doing […]

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News from Wayan, our builder at the factory, is that work is being done connecting the yurts onto the main house.  In that space between the buildings will be a hallway where there is just enough room for a bathroom.  I’ve had to make decisions about floor patterns, skylights, cabinetry and bathtub design.  We’re nowhere […]

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