On Tuesday night, I gave a presentation and talk at the Nimble Thimblers Quilt Guild and I think we all had a great time. These gals are a friendly bunch and were loaded up with great questions and lots of enthusiasm! I slept for a day and a half afterwards!
The following day, our SAQA MARI Regional group put up the travelling exhibit, Flight of Ideas, at the Melrose Public Library and will show through November 26th. Thanks to Sue Collozi for all her efforts putting this together and to Alanna Nelson for helping to hang it all!
I’m sure you remember that in December we sadly closed the doors of The Gallery in Malden but good news! We will open the doors of a more modest, new incarnation renamed to Gallery @ 57 in October! Stay tuned for an update as we get closer to the date. I’ll be spending the rest of the morning, probably into afternoon preparing my inventory list.
My days are still jammed with reorganizing my studios, collecting and picking leaves and flowers and setting them in flats between paper and cardboard to dry and await the day that I will return to ecoprinting. The compost that’s been in-the-making in my handmade composters is almost ready.
This season we have been sooooo enjoying an abundant harvest of tomatoes and peppers along with a lush bounty of basil, oregano, mints and sage!
So, that’s the September wrap up! Thanks for visiting ! Hope your autumn blows in all good things!