Wednesday, 5 October 2011

joshua creek


after a little more stitching
i arrived in Canada
where the air is crisp
and the space we are working in is very beautiful


there are bees


more kitties than i have seen in one pile for a long time

and


i have some very adventurous students
who have decided to weave components for their
landskins

i'm enjoying this new class
but
can't help recalling the pavement in New Orleans

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful... and the pavement is simple and intense!

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  2. The weaving is a great idea... though I was most attracted to all those calico kitties. They are a family staple here. Enjoy, as the fall seems to be quickly yielding to early winter.

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  3. i guess the kitties love to play with the weavings...............
    XXXm

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  4. Is it selfish to say I'm hoping that pavement sets up a resonant undercurrent that pulls you back here soon?

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  5. that pavement is humming....

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  6. imagine having all those beautiful kitties to snuggle up with on cold nights - heaven

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  7. interesting..the weaving..and the cats andandand

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  8. what a pile of kitties!

    They obviously thrive there. Hope we get to see more of the class work.

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  9. You seem to love where ever you are.. very Zen-like and in the moment.. beautiful images and beautiful times.

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  10. Wow, what a beautiful setting for a workshop! I wish I could be there! You are such an inspiration, India! I blogged about your work today:

    http://apatchofshade.blogspot.com/2011/10/oh-india.html

    Thanks for inspiring me to try new things!

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