Thursday, November 11, 2010
A quiet moment in the studio ...Happy Veterans Day
I worked with my little snowmen and met with Lauren and her beautiful children...she had found a beautiful linen tea towel at a yard sale and I look forward to working this into one of my pieces. I have missed seeing the twin boys and her darling little girl...she has so much information about possibilities with making art. I have invited them back since they are all home schooled and introduced them to "The Best Christmas pageant Ever" with the wild and hilarious Herdman family. I swear they changed the name of the family because they lived down the street from me on Terry Road when I was growing up. They are reading the The Man in the Iron mask...the children s version. Another woman came in to inquire about classes but I explained for right now I was wanting some time to work on my own pieces and the Holiday Event on Friday after Thanksgiving. I organized my holiday stamps for that day and future design elements on my cards and fabric ornaments. I guess this sounds like I am getting into a flow now...this holiday season around here is so over whelming that it is jaw dropping. I printed some images tonight for several assemblages so I will be able to work while my paints are drying on the snowmen.
I met a great friend tonight for a salad and two mini burgers. We laughed and shared our preparatory stages for this busy holiday extravaganza. She has worked all day on her displays for her open house tomorrow. I am hoping to make an appearance because there are two friends exhibiting in Finders Keepers open house. Virginia had memory Lane downtown before she moved on to a more affordable location. Sandy has the front window with Christmas Trees filled with her wonderful images of photos from her past here in Licking County. I am hopefully going to be able to share some photos tonight if the blogger allows the process flow. Have a great Friday...we are enjoying a spectacular Indian Summer here and the weather is so wonderful. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart