Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

With the new month comes some major decisions. But before I tell you about them, I have to show you the beautiful cards I received from Kathy Schmidt of Quirks Ltd. I love everything about them, including her interesting signatures on the back. I’ve been following Kathy for some time, and this month she hit…

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Just a little progress

In the last post I told you about the temperature wall hanging I’ve started. Well, it’s kind of slow going. One reason is because I am getting new windows for my studio. The window guys had to come out and measure inside, which involved me moving both tables and lots of stuff. Well, while I…

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Penny Sisto at 80 Exhibit

This past Monday, several friends and I took a day trip to the Carnegie Center in New Albany, Indiana to see Penny’s new exhibit celebrating her 80th birthday. I’ve seen, and blogged about, many of her shows, but this was even more special than the others.

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Ukraine Spotlight Auction Quilt

The SAQA Spotlight Auction is coming up soon, and I thought I’d like to donate a quilt for this event. The size for these quilts is  6 x 8 inches, which would be easy for me to finish. They will be displayed in mats with a 4.5″ x 6.5” opening,  and placed in clear cellophane…

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Stages of the Art Process

My newest art piece, Buttoned Up & Hanging On, has been accepted in the Art Council of Southwestern Indiana Art Noir 2022 show. I’m pretty excited because even though my art was in several shows last year, this is the first juried show! That means it was accepted, while some others weren’t. I thought it…

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Looking Back – 2021

It’s that time to look back on this year. Check out link above pictures for blog posts. January Loved making the embellishments, but also participating in the Violet Project was fun and an important action. February I made a cat cube for Molly. She wasn’t interested. However, Ally loves it and spends a lot of…

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Preparing for Holiday Fair

The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana is holding a Holiday Fair starting next week, and they asked if I’d like to participate. I’ve never done this, so I thought it would be a good way to get my art out, and a way to use up some of my supplies.

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