Monday, May 28, 2012

tidbits

Some exiting news have come my way lately. Two of my pieces, forest floor and sumac study, were accepted to the World of Threads Festival exhibit, De rerum nature, in Oakville, Ontario this fall. I am still waiting for more details about the event and the other participants, but I am thrilled to be part of this exciting international exhibition. World of Threads also published an interview with me this past week. I am grateful for the chance to showcase my work and discuss my thoughts and ideas in this wonderful forum.


Next month I will have an exhibit of small works at C'ville Coffee, a local coffee shop here in Charlottesville. My sunflower series will be on display along with other things. The show stays up throughout the month of June.


My disintegration and repair pieces are coming along nicely. The printing was finished up last week, with some exciting results (see photos below). I am so pleased with how this work is progressing.



I have just listed a small selection of elegant eco-printed envelope clutches in the store. I love how these small purses highlights the delicate and unique prints. Lastly, I want to thank all of you for sticking with me here. I know my posts have been more sporadic than usual, and that follow ups on your comments and emails have been lacking. I do appreciate all of you, and the thoughtful feedback you provide!




11 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the sharing opportunities. Your work is always an inspiration.

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  2. Well done that woman......though I'm not surprised. You are sure to be an asset to any organisation or event!

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  3. wonderful news and always such lovely art!!

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  4. Wonderful Lotta! And your work just seems to keep getting more beautiful.

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  5. Great news! congratulations

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  6. lotta...in love with your work!

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  7. wonderful news and i love the clutch. have a wonderful weekend!

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  8. congratulations on your success - thoroughly deserved!

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  9. I just read the interview. The place you have your studio sounds like something a group of local artists want to do here. Sounds like an inspiring place to work. As for the exhibition- how exciting.

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    1. P.s thanks for putting my blog in your link list.x

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  10. My goodness, you have taken your art form and became totally one with nature. Your work is brilliant, no it is beyond brilliant. It is mind-boggling how natural and soft and pleasing . . . you must be a very calm and lovely soul. Well, that's it, I have nothing more to add except that your work takes my breath away. Thank you for not hiding it until a bushel. Connie :)

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