It has been over a month since Craft Boston and I am still trying to catch up. I am working on the book and I am about to launch the new web site for the studio. So stay tuned for that.
I also managed to give the blog a facelift, and spend quality time thinking about this blog and who I am as an artist. I was thinking that I would like to be posting more often and what that would mean. It could and would I think, mean shorter posts, posts that include snippets of conversations, poetry, process and the work of artists that I admire.
During Craft Boston I reconnected with Ann Brauer, a quilt artist who is from my neck of the woods. This is an artist I wrote about when I had my weekly art column at the Greenfield Recorder. I took these photos of her booth at the show and would like to share them now with you. It is a bad shot of Ann (sorry Ann!) but a good shot of her incredible quilts. Enjoy.