Thursday, February 4, 2010

Winter came back.

Ah...winter has returned to the west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador and all is well again. In the meantime I was successful in getting that Grant I mentioned a post or two ago. A big 'Thank You' to the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador. I've been combing through books looking for imagery of 'land and sea' and ordering supplies for my newly purchased loom. I've got to find room in my apartment for the loom (not sure that's really going to work)and redesign my work table in my studio, to start screen printing again. I'd better get to work!


Kerry O'Gorman said...

OOOO....can't wait to see what you're working on!

frand said...

Congratulations!! I've just started following your blog, and enjoy it, as a weaver. I have never been to Newfoundland; it's nice to see where others live and what they do. I feel guilty because I haven't started a blog, though. Fran in Calgary.

Marshall Arts said...

what are you going to do?? This sounds so exciting and intriguing.... congrats on the grant ;)
xox rilla

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