|A close up of the Sydenham as it rushed past our campsite. Great music for sleeping. Photo by Kathy White.|
I haven't camped in awhile and I was surprised at the feeling of coming home that it gave me. Have you ever experienced that feeling - almost like remembering who you are?
The scenery made for some great, 'classic Ontario' photos and I came home motivated to do a series that pays tribute to this area. The photo above is my inspiration for the first piece, already in the works. I love the way you can trace the flow of the river in this composition.
|Winter Meadow, Peruvian Wool and Beeswax on Birch Panel, 9" x 12" x 1.5"|
|Pebble, Aran Weight Wool and Beeswax on Birch Panel, 8" x 8" x 1.5"|
(Hey Diana - do you recognize some of your yarn stash? Thanks again!)
|Betty's workshop piece in progress. I love the colours and the birds!|
|What a great setting for a fibre art workshop!|
Thanks as well to the Silo Weavers for getting word out about the workshop, handling registration, and for all of the ongoing, fantastic support.
|Helene's pretty workshop piece in progress.|
Happy Summer, Everyone!
|Agnieszka's workshop piece in progress. The first mandala!|