Yes, Oh my! Aside from helping to mount Local Color at the Slater Museum (last post), I also helped install "Inspired by the Library: Food for Thought" at the Guilford Library where Sisters in Cloth is invited annually to exhibit. Then there are the preparations surrounding Sisters' traveling exhibit Double Take at its next venue, The Kershner Gallery at the Fairfield Library the first part of Jan.
(Don't let the 'library' destination fool you. The Kershner is a dedicated gallery space run by local artists…very nice location!) There is a very nice bit of publicity provided by the Kershner in their local newspaper.
Then there's the time I've been able to spend on my personal projects. First, I bought myself a Christmas present! I purchased this gorgeous piece "Southern Stars" by Australian artist Dijanne Cevaal. It is in good company with my earlier purchase of "Eucalyptus Leaves". I bought this piece when we visited with her in Geelong, Vic AU a couple of years ago.
|Spring Time for Crow|
On top of this I have actually had some productive time in my studio…surprise..being this time of year. Pictured here is "Spring Time for Crow", my contribution to SAQA's 2014 Anniversary Trunk Show: 'This is a Quilt". I cut a lino-block and printed the crow on commercial cotton, then stitched it to death.
I have also completed my Viewpoints9-2 challenge about taking risks (Yeah!) I was worried, I can tell you. But that is a subject that will have to wait until Dec. 27, the official reveal day.