Yesterday, in the late afternoon, I looked out the window and noticed the wind wasn’t blowing!!!  Yippee!  Grabbed my boots to take a little hike, and realized the sun was about to set, so I raced up the hill just to watch it go down.


sunset at Brush Creek Ranch

Hard to believe this is my last week at the Artists’ Camp.  One lovely advantage has been the chance to try some new things, and to discard what didn’t work without thinking that I just spent the only block of time I had doing something that didn’t turn out the way I had hoped.  Plus, I’ve made a number of pieces that I’m pleased with.

3 Responses to “Sunset.”

  1. Betsy says:

    Beautiful! Glad for me that you are almost back in the real world!

  2. Connie says:

    Just I sent the email asking you how your residency was going I remembered that you were blogging about it. So here I am checking out your blog. It looks like it going great. I love your new pieces. I can’t wait to see them in person. See you soon. Let’s have lunch or dinner soon! Cherish your time away from the real world!

  3. pru says:

    I have been thinking of you a lot this week; knowing your time is coming to an end…hoping, you are feeling content with your extraordinary journey both inward and outward and on the fabrics. You have really accomplished an amazing story of being an artist-in -residence! Good for you!! I look forward to hearing details and seeing how this month plays out in your work over the next years. Love to you, pru