Tying to stay warm….

Well it has been increditably cold here these past few months.  Today is the coldest day all year, -50C.  But its a good day to stay inside and work on some art.  -50 in Regina

I have several things on the go.  Although I feel a bit overwhelmed with all of the exciting things happening, it brings me joy to know that my art is starting to be recognized.

Next weekend I will be part of the Sask Craft Council annual jurying session.  Along with Anna Hergert, we will be jurying two artists to see if they meet the qualifications to become a SCC juried member.  I am honoured just to be asked!!!

For the month of April I will have an exhibition at the Last Mountain Lake Center in Regina Beach as part of the Year Round Showcase series.  I am creating several small “Little Sprouts” 3D sculptures for this show.  They will be bright, fun whimsicle pieces.  Enjoying the process of creating them.

I will also be teaching a scarf workshop April 11-12 at the Center. See the Events section to sign up.  I am looking forward to meeting new people and showing them the wonderful options you can create with felt.

The final news I have is, I have been asked to collaborate with a Sask. fashion designer.  She is putting together a piece for the Mackenzie Art in Bloom, as well as she will be showing it at the Saskatchewan Fashion Week. I am super pumped about this, yet really nervous.  I hope I full fill her expectations.  More on this to come…..

 

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