OK, just a minor melt-down here... it's taken me about 30 minutes to be able to get into my blog and to delete a spam comment, then to make a post. I guess this is all because I've been so slow to add a new post? Probably. Add to that the fact that I'm at an artist residency right now where the internet connection is iffy, to say the least... non-existent, most of the time, to say the most. You get the drift.
So-- here goes with a new blog post, straight from beautiful Hambidge Center--where I'll be leaving tomorrow! I've had an intense two weeks--John Campbell Folk School last week to teach a group of 11 wonderful people, along with a fabulous assistant who's an art major at the University of North Georgia. I went home for two days and left again, heading here to Hambidge for a week.
|Rock House, Hambidge Center|
|John Templeton, Nancy Smith Fichter, Nanette Curran answer Craig Amason's questions about their memories of Lillian Smith during the Lillian Smith Day event at Piedmont College|
Today, I've worked on designing the image to use for the month of October in my year-long tapestry diary. Here's where I've gotten to now... more work on the painting tomorrow before I leave:
Here's a quick overview of the Piedmont show of my tapestries: