Anna Hergert, Art & Design

Quick Check in Between Stitches…

Ice recedingHow was your Easter? We patiently waited for the weather to improve but rain and snow pretty much dominated all last week and the much anticipated weekend. I took advantage of a break in the rain late afternoon yesterday to check the melting progress of the ice on the lake. A few years ago Easter Monday was on April 3rd and the ice disappeared on that day… I can only dream about that this year. What I do enjoy are the color changes in the ice as it is slowly melting. The most alluring turquoise makes all this a little easier to take.

With the inclement weather I have spent much time in the studio making progress on combining silk and hand-dyed cotton. My CDAs are on track and I feel somewhat organized. Soon I will assemble teaching kits for Quilt Canada 2014. Just last week I accepted a couple teaching engagements with Mancuso Shows on the East coast for next winter. It means juggling my studio schedule around for teaching design next year. But I still have time to rethink everything – and get myself organized.

Back to Easter… hope the bunny stopped by your place with some treats. In case you missed him, I caught a glimpse of him yesterday and was fast enough to get his best side!

bunnyOK, time to get back to the sewing machine…

This entry was published on April 21, 2014 at 3:34 pm. It’s filed under Creativity Update, Journaling, Landscape photography, Nature photography, Studio / Workshop / Creative Space Challenge and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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