Friday, April 12, 2013

A busy week with nothing to Show

It;s been one of those weeks when you work all day and into the evening with nothing tangible to show.  I really have accomplished a lot and I suppose you could call it creative but it's not work done in my studio.  I haven't been able to really create art work for a few weeks and I miss it.  Actually I think it is affecting my attitude. This morning I decided that no matter how much I needed to work on other things tomorrow is a create day in my studio.

These are a few things that I did accomplish this week.  There are two exhibits calls that had to be in this week and I was able to get the paper work and labels for pieces that I had finished made.  I entered Ohn and A is for Aubrey in the Thirty-Fourth Annual South Carolina Juried Exhibit at the Pickens Museum of Art.


 A is for Aubrey

Just found out that A is for Aubrey was juried into the Pickens Museum of Art.  More later.

As I began downloading these images I realized that my granddaughter Aubrey was the inspiration for both of these piece.  The jurier will make selections this weekend and we will know if our work has been chosen by next week. 

I also entered three pieces in the upcoming exhibit Wings at The Arts Center in Clemson, SC.

Watching for Worms

Wax Wing


When I delivered my work I got a little sneak preview of some of the entries.  This is going to be a great show.

Other things on my list this week have been computer generated work.  I am going to be teaching at the North Carolina Quilt Symposium 2014, held in Wilmington, NC.  I had to spend time this week getting information together to send for their brochure.  The other biggie and there is still lots of work to do on this one, is my week long class in June at J. C. Campbell Folk School.  This is my first time for teaching this class so I have lots of instructions and information to compile.

Looking forward to tomorrow and a little play time in the studio.

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1 comment:

  1. Its so important for us to schedule in studio time. I've gone recently to working 40 hr and I notice I have to block out studio time. Good luck with the shows!