All our our art was delivered safely to the Agnes Jamieson Gallery on Monday. What a beautiful drive through the countryside. We'll be doing it two more times within the next month or so.
Laurie Carmount, who is setting up the exhibition, has sent us this lovely evite to pass on to all of you. If you are on my mailing list, you will receive one directly :)
Larry and I are very excited about seeing our show hung! We will be there on June 4 at 4:30 pm to talk about our art and 'mingle'. You will be able to see my new pieces on my website soon.
Larry and I are off on a lovely road trip to the Agnes Jamieson Gallery in Minden this morning - over 3.5 hours from Merrickville. We are dropping off our art with Laurie Carmount who will be hanging our joint exhibit Ephemeral Impressions: Letterpress, Prints and Book Arts from the Studio at Greyweathers.
I'm excited about bringing my book arts pieces which include five new ones, inspired by my Wabi Sabi class. The show opens June 2 and runs to July 4. There is a vernissage on Thursday, June 4 at 4:30 pm which Larry and I will be at. Come and see us with our art if you are in the area!
I am SO inspired by what I am learning and making in Suzanne Warren Powell's Wabi Sabi Art class. Suzanne is guiding me to dig deeper into my connection with the beauty of nature, old things, rusty things, ruins. I am in love with this new, yet familiar, journey through Magic, Dreams and Good Madness.
This journey has led me to create a new blog 'Magic, Dreams and Good Madness' in this wonderfully visual new space. Those of you who follow my Often Medieval In Mood blog will still be able to look through all my older posts over at Blogger. And you will find a link on the old blog to bring you back here.
I hope you will come regularly to visit. I do so love to hear what you are up to in the comments. Let's share our creative journeys :)
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