My interpretation is my art.

Goodness, my last post caused a lot of comment.

I’ve just been able to get onto the internet and I’ve tried to go through the comments on FB, and on the blog. I appreciate the comments made, and yes, they are all valid.

Everything I do is influenced by my lifestyle and my interpretation is my art.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Prue Wheal says:

    As I understand art that is what it is all about. I am at the age of 70 just discovering this exciting adventure, Yeahh! Pam

    1. Pam Holland says:

      Prue, it is an exciting adventure, I’ll be 70 n a few years and it sure hasn’t slowed me down.

  2. says:

    Hi Pam,

    I am pleased to receive your postings and very much enjoy your various websites with art work and art thoughts.

    I am hoping that you would share any suggestions you may have about where we can see such wonderful quilts and fabrics during our July visit to Ireland (Dublin and surrounding areas) and Scotland (Edinburgh, Glasgow and surrounding areas).

    I’ve tried to research this on line but, to date, have not had much success. Based on my own experience, I know that some of the most wonderful memories come out of the experiences of others.

    Hoping to hear from you and thank you. Lenore

    1. Pam Holland says:

      Hi Lenore, I’m not too sure where to advise you to visit areas to see wonderful quilts. I suggest you contact the Quilters Guild of Ireland. and I believe there is also one for Scotland. Good luck on your travels.

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