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A year and a half between blog posts is a little long, I'll admit! Life gets in the way sometimes and I had to take a break! I'm back now though. I'm working at new techniques, more wall art, and always doing scarves which were my first silk love! Stay tuned for some small works with some very different techniques. Always feel free to email me if you are interested in a commission. It would be my pleasure.
The leaves have started changing here in the western mountains of Maine. The light has changed--fall is coming. I know...it's not even September. This always urges me on to squeeze the most out of what's left of summer! We have had a relatively rainy and very buggy summer. But finally, this last week of August, we have perfect weather and no bugs. I love the change of seasons here. It means there's something different to experience outside, different foods to prepare, fires to be be built, wood to be stacked, and colors to revel in as they change literally by the...
It's been a busy couple of weeks working to fulfill orders for retail accounts. I'm really looking forward to summer shows. You can see my schedule of where I'll be right here at http://foxrunstudios.com/pages/events-locations This will be my first real foray out in to the big, wide world with me accompanying my product. The feedback will be invaluable. I hope for good weather and no tents getting blown over! Back to the studio to create more stock! See you at the shows.
I hit the ground running this week after a nice vacation time. It's now time to get the creativity ramped up to build stock for summer shows and some orders that came in while I was away. Good to be back home in my studio! The weather has been dry so it looks like we skipped mud season once again this year. Hoping that means the bug season will be less than vigorous as well!
Working on a nice colorful scarf today as "color therapy" since we were blanketed with that fluffy white stuff once again last night. We've had about a foot of fresh snow in the past week. It IS April 9th today...but next week temps will be in the 50s every day. Let's not talk about the "liquid snow" that will be falling then. :-}