Friday, March 12, 2010

Next in the Que

Yesterday, before my lecture, I finished up 3 scarves to send to the Ontario Crafts Council Guild Shop . One is a commission from a guild shop customer and the other 2 are laminate techniques for all season. One is a "shabby chic" design. It looks fragile, but is well felted. The other has a little more wool and has some great greens/yellows (both on hand-dyed silk)

Next on the table will be some bag samples for my class at New England Felting Supply
It will be an intermediate level class with resist and 3D details. I am going to have so much fun making samples! I also need to make a quick black vessel for my collaboration. I have a nice chunk of time with only a couple of meetings scheduled and a private student next Saturday, but other than that, I am studio bound. I better pour myself a cup of Java, turn on my heater and get felting. Lucky me!

On another note, I am once again toying with the idea of having an external studio. It would be a great teaching space and so many other things. I think I need a pro's and con's list....

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2 comments:

Lindsey Fair said...

Andrea I went through that debate in my head a lot for a year or so. When I finally made the move to NGB a lot of other artists asked me what was better. I think it's a very personal decision, but I did write a post about my pros / cons in making my decision - http://thebizofart.blogspot.com/2009/08/studio-vs-dining-room-table.html

May or may not help you. You know we would love to have you down at NGB!

cynthiareynolds said...

love seeing your sketches! looking forward to hearing about the pros and cons.. big decision!
good luck,
Cynthia

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