Well here’s a photo of me really climbing the wall today at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. I made it to the top again, and only bashed one knuckle resulting in a little blood, and only slightly strained the muscles in my mouse forearm. But I was totally shown up by Ralph, the mayor pro-tem, who’s in … Read More
Ever tried climbing up one of those manufactured rock-climbing walls? I never have until yesterday. I serve on our regional Parkboard, and although I’m not really into golf or softball or tennis, I am kind of a cheerleader for alternative things in our parks, like the skatepark, the dog park, and now the rock-climbing wall. … Read More
Here’s a drawing I did tonight in sympathy for all my friends who have a bad cold. Maybe I’ll try to make it into a small quilt for the Keiko show.
The First Friday Art Walk fell on February 4th and on the second day of our show. Actually this was planned. I’m still wondering about the timing, but still think it was good to have the Artist’s Reception the night before. Although most of the out of town artists couldn’t stay over for Friday, I … Read More
Lettie Blackburn points to the first sale of the show. After the newspaper article came out Thursday morning, people started coming into the gallery right after lunch. This piece actually sold before the reception. You can see along this wall of the gallery that we had several smaller quilts framed. Laura also mixed other media … Read More