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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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In my studio today are two projects which could not be more different.  On the one side is a tidy stack of small quilts all waiting for the binding to be flipped over and stitched down.  The sleeves are cut and sewn, waiting patiently for their place in this assembly line of making. On the […]

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