Having the never ending flu has me a bit behind on what has been happening.
These photos are from the Women's Circle art class I taught in January at
the Bottlebrush Gallery. We made Valentine's Day cards.
I'm on the far right bent over a sewing machine, I was giving a student a lesson on
how to use the machine.
It was a really fun night.
( I forgot my camera, these photos are from the Bottlebrush Gallery FB page, thanks MJ!)
I also had a piece of mail art at the Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery in Atlanta, GA.
( Photo by Viktoria Robinson, it was posted on the shows curator's FB page)
The show was curated by Zalop: Illusory Correspondence Art. Do find them on Face Book!
This postcard of rodeo steers is my mail art piece for the show.
I have also been hanging out at Camp Lutherlyn. Starting next month I will be trained to work in their Environmental Education Program. Then, in April and May, I will be teaching environmental lessons to children who visit the camp for school field trips. I think this experience will energize my art.
And lastly, I have been dragging my feet on this piece for the Hoyt Regional Art Show. I'm locking myself in the studio this week and finishing it...and I mean it!
As you can see, I have a long way to go on this project...
(Deadline March 8th!)
Okay, off to find a cough drop ( can't shake this flu, it's in my chest--hanging on).
More snow tonight, yesterday we got 2 more inches. If you don't live in an area where it snows, you might not know that there is a salt shortage. Communities are scrambling to find salt for the roads. In Pittsburgh the rivers are frozen, so no barges delivering salt.Tonight's storm will be a challenge for some parts of the country, staying home might be the best thing to do.
Keep warm, stay safe and stop back soon!