Thursday, July 30, 2009
Lyn Hart recently posted wonderful photos of her class with Silvia Heyden. Here's the link--Lyn's slide show is a must-see!
I also just learned about a wonderful Australian artist, Tim Gresham. I've linked his website at the left in the "places to visit on the web" list. When I visited his site I realized I've seen his work before but am not sure where or when. Just a couple of days ago I noticed a link to his work posted by a friend on Facebook so I took a cyber trip there and was wowed!
That's one of the grand things about the web... the connections possible all over the world. Yes, the web can be time-hungry. But the potential for world-wide sharing of ideas still just astounds me. Of course, tapestry is most exciting when seen in real time--nothing matches the learning and appreciation that happens when standing before a tapestry in person. Yet, seeing such a variety from all over the world so easily through the internet is of tremendous value--to me at least!
Oh... why a picture of our cat, Raymond Purr? Just because!
Posted by Tommye McClure Scanlin at 8:42 AM