|Marie Shepherd viewing Janine Anderson-Bays Bunny Tales|
I am finally getting around to posting again. It has been a very busy week. Today, instead of our usual weekly meeting of Sisters in Cloth, we decided to brave the cold and drive into New Haven to see our exhibit Indigo at 300 George Street's gallery Art in the Hall. The building is owned by Yale and is home to offices, labs and sundry meeting rooms. The entrance to the Cafe is devoted to rotating exhibits by local artists. This year we were invited to exhibit there. Of course, we were thrilled.
|Robin Wolek next to her two|
|Yvette Howard with hers (mine is behind)|
|Barb Adams', Ruth Anne Olson's and Linda Zimmerman's|
|Mine, Carol Ludington's and Gail Kotowski's|
Then there was our field trip last Saturday. Barb Adams, Kate Themel and I decided to drive to Lowell, MA (stopping for thread at Charlton Sewing) to hear Martha Sielman's warm, entertaining and informative talk about the artists and their artwork featured in her Masters Art Quilts vol 2. It was wonderful.
Of course, we had to catch up with friends too. Cathy Smith, Rita Hannafin, Jen O'Brien and Jeanne Marklin joined us for lunch. Then, as if that wasn't enough stimulation for anyone, we drove back to Windsor CT in time for EdJohnetta Miller's Opening Reception. What a day!