Sunday, April 1, 2012

Roller Coaster

Boy what a week.  As most of you know, two weeks ago my mom suffered a serious medical emergency and was in critical condition for quite some time. Miraculously she survived the less than 1% odds with flying colors... a real Wonder Woman. Blessed news now, but not without its stresses and consequences. Last week was all about recovery and rehab and good health and we're all hoping that it continues on that track for a while. We are very thankful.

It has been a good week for art too. Gooey Gobby Gummy opened on Thursday with a very fun Kids Plasticene Workshop on Saturday. Looking forward to the reception this Thursday. Gallery 263 is a vibrant and active community center and I recommend that you check out their calendar of events. Here's a sneak peek at the show....

Other news this week...

The Philly Inquirer interviewed me and two others about fiber art, the exhibit Outside/Inside The Box at the Crane Arts Center and FiberPhiladelphia.

Four of my works, One Day, Marrow, What Looks Like An Elephant and Receptor have been accepted to the World of Threads International Fiber Exposition to be held in Toronto fall 2012.

I have been selected to receive a Fellowship Award for a 4-week Artist's Residency at the Vermont Studio Center sponsored by the Pollack-Krasner Foundation. I'm scheduled to attend February 2013 and absolutely cannot wait.

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