Back on track.

3 days after I arrive home from travel I hit the wall.

Its always been like that… and today is the third day, so I began  well but I'm fading fast.

Its been busy since I arrived home and I've not had time to write the blog. I also had some difficult internet services while traveling and that put a bit of a kibosh on the whole thing.

So much to do and so little time but to be honest it is self inflicted so I can't complain.

It could also be because I joined in the dancing class for 2 year olds today…but I didn't get photos, you have to be careful when other children are around so the little people came to visit and I could get the camera out there.

It was just lovely..


Was it just a month ago I was in Ireland?


Was it just 6 weeks ago I was in Asilomar?

Was it just 5 weeks ago I was strolling in NY?


Was it 7 weeks ago I was doing a media promo in New Mexico?

Gees Louise… it seems like an age, but I have fabulous vision to prove I was there and I loved every minute of it.

I met literally 100's of people and shared my ideas of textile art with them all.

On the other hand I've had a lot of time to plan, work on new ideas and design quilts.

I have a burning desire to create a very serious quilt made from paper, so I've been experimenting. I've used paper in a quilt before, but I want to use beautiful txture and make it entirely of paper.

I also want to make a pieced quilt for a change. I have completed the pattern and it will be just pure color and black. No pattern on the fabric at all.

Galleries like the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY were an inspiration as was the Getty Villa in LA.



Emilie late 1890's Henri De Toulouse Laurtrec

I walked, photographed and examined each image I captured in fine detail.

Santa Fe. The art galleries, the color and the environment.

I've loved every minute of it and it all begins again on Monday.


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  1. Gale Wrigley says:

    WOW! The rhino is fabulous! Was that taken in Santa Fe? -gale

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