Clam Chowder, salad with avacado and cauliflower, and a buttered bolo roll on the side. That was today’s lunch. And for those of you who think Seattle is always with a cloud cover at the level of your forehead, it is a beautiful sunny day here today.
Well, what a weekend we had! It was class time at the Bellevue Arts Musuem.
Thank you to Barbara S., Adelle, Vivian, Laura, Fiori, Peggy, Liz, Teresa, Julieanne, Debbie, Maura, Barbara J., Anya, Kate and Gloria. You all made it a fabulous experience.
Ms J and Ms A, I see you hiding in the back rows.
Debbie is finishing up single needle right angle weave in the round.
Here is David’s sample table that he shared with the class. It’s like the petting zoo, where you can touch.
David is a member of the Northwest Bead Society and two other members were in class. Check out www.nybeadsociety.org for meetings and events. The next meeting is November 17th at the Greenwood Masonic Center (7910 Greenwood Ave N) with a Bead Social at 4:30 and meeting at 7.
David and BAM are having another three day workshop February 3rd, 4th and 5th in 2006. If you are interested in class reservations
call the Bellevue Arts Museum: (425) 0519-0752
A study of texture and color.
Speaking of Peggy and Margaret, they are to be cover girls. Look for them on the cover of Pacific Magazine in the Sunday edition of the Seattle Times/PI on November 27th. I believe it is the Home Issue and the girls are at the old Capitol Hill house.
On this weeks reading list:
The Dalai Lama’s Secret Temple, by Ian Baker
Amazing color and imagery.
Guitar Army, by John Sinclair
Thanks to Teresa for reminding me of this great book. A must read.
The Elements of Typographic Style, by Robert Bringhurst
The best book ever written about math, nature and type. Really a great read and applicable for any artistic discipline.
Thanks again to all the ladies for a great weekend and we’ll see all you next week, same time, same blog.