Anna Hergert, Art & Design

Art Quilt Campus Week 1 2015 – The Beginning

About 12 hours ago the car was ready. It took a lot of back and forth, packing, unpacking, shifting, and rethinking to get the supplies for the next two weeks safely stowed for workshops and sharing times. So much for packing lighter this year. I am not sure how this happened...

About 12 hours ago the car was ready. It took a lot of back and forth, packing, unpacking, shifting, and rethinking to get the supplies for the next two weeks safely stowed for workshops and sharing times. So much for packing lighter this year. I am not sure how this happened…

This was the view from the back...

This was the view from the back when there was still some space and more dye supplies were on their way!

...the view from behind the driver's seat...

…the view from behind the driver’s seat…

...and last but not least the view behind the passenger seat. The front seat was occupied with the Tassimo and pods.

…and last but not least the view behind the passenger seat. The front seat was occupied with the Tassimo and pods.

The drive was pleasant without much traffic (the joys of living and traveling in Saskatchewan) and the clouds were changing the sky every few minutes.

The drive was pleasant without much traffic (the joys of living and traveling in Saskatchewan) and the clouds were changing the sky every few minutes. I just had to stop on the road to Humboldt to get this panorama.

This is our classroom this year. Spacious, built in design walls, and the occasional organ recital from the chapel next door.

This is our classroom this year. Spacious, built in design walls, and the occasional organ recital from the chapel next door.

A large table for each participant...

A large table for each participant…

14 in total!

14 in total!

Everyone was move din by dinner time and Barb made sure the electricity was working. She was the first to turn on her machine.

Everyone was move din by dinner time and Barb made sure the electricity was working. She was the first to turn on her machine.

The glorious sunset holds the promise to a fabulous week filled with creativity! Good night everyone.

The glorious sunset holds the promise to a fabulous week filled with creativity! Good night everyone.

 

This entry was published on September 13, 2015 at 10:57 pm. It’s filed under Art, Art Quilt Campus, Creativity Update, Design, In the News, Journaling, Landscape photography, Motivational, Networking, Sharing Resources, Special event, staying in touch, Travel, Workshop Opportunity and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Art Quilt Campus Week 1 2015 – The Beginning

  1. Carol stadnyk on said:

    Have fun, wish I was there!

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  2. Hermina Joldersma on said:

    Ah, those Saskatchewan skies! the beautiful classroom! the people! the supplies! It’s on my list for next year… have fun, everyone!

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