A quietness settles over my gardens.
A still ness creeps down the Cascade Mountains with the snow.
My art studio is quiet... but my hands are busymaking art
and my mind is busy planning projects.
collaging and stitching and sewing.
When I was up at Camano Island a few weeks ago I began to draw again.
I really saw Lynne's influence on my sketches, though she couldn't see it.
I had bought this book by Alena Hennessy,
which I love.
Alena's trees and
jeweled strands influenced both Lynne and I.
I finished my first on-line workshop and here are some sneak peaks at the projects I made and and filmed for my students.
I will have another "The Thread That Weaves" workshop beginning in January,
but if you want to sign up early to ensure a spot you can!
My husband made me a new work area.
He attached a larger piece of wood on to a tool chest,
(which I really love because it's red).
The surface is bigger now,
lots of room for collaging and encaustics and laying out ideas!
This is my cat, she loves baskets.
This one is a little small for her but she likes to stay close while I work.
I still have a couple of spots left.
Here is your chance to have your own private art mentor!
Follow the link to find out more about this unique project,
I made a few changes in pricing and scheduling
so there is a choice in the plan that might fit perfectly for you!
You know you have a light, a streak of creativity that hasn't quite surfaced
Even though you love art, when you sit down to create, you can't think of what you want to make
You would love to have someone positive and gentle to share with your projects, your ideas and your dreams
Believing in your art has always been difficult
You want to take yourself seriously,
and for others to as well
Here is your chance to
let your light shine!