The time of relaxation, sightseeing and vacationing is coming to an end. Today I am busy organizing my teaching samples, double checking that I packed all supplies, handouts and other vital tools so many weeks ago.
With this day being my last for a while to explore the area I am visiting we took a drive into Prescott. My camera is never far and with my interest in stone buildings, distressed surfaces and historical facts I was richly rewarded. Lighthouses and a historical mill (converted into a lighthouse during the later part of the 19th century) provided unique vistas and my wide angle lens was once again put through its paces.
Nature is never far from my focus either – and with the upcoming workshop titled “Twisting the Landscape” I soon found inspiration in the moss encrusted fence rails near the St. Lawrence Shore, dappled light falling through trees illuminating a hidden path and so much more!
It’s time to pull out the suitcases and shift my attention to teaching! I look forward to meeting a group of eager participants and can’t wait to see new designs and color combinations!