Today’s lunch was delicious. Very satisfying. And I’m not telling. I’ve just made a change of lifestyle choice and I’m not ready to come out.
Over the weekend, David and Ron were unpacking and setting up home. So much to see and do, let’s get busy.
Guess who. Hint: He made his little sister cry just a few years after this precious photo, with all the mocking and pestering. Where is that photo? With its golden macaroni frame? I’ll let you know who this cherub is later.
The first multiples in a meditation of #108, with a detail of single needle right angle weave in the round.
The corner office corner, again. Let’s take a closer look while we’re here.
Available through the Bellevue Arts Museum. It’s a fabulous catalog. A must have. Email Diana at the gift shop and get yours (firstname.lastname@example.org).
THIS JUST IN!
The show at the Bellevue Arts Museum has been extented until February 19th, 2006.
This is great news as the February class at BAM now will coincide with the show and students will see the show with David and get a special “walk thru” with him. After two days of the workshop, the third day tour is an exciting eye opener.
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
David has also just signed on to teach at The Australian Forum for Textile Arts. For information and sign up email Janet De Boer at email@example.com
Their website: www.ggcreations.com.au/tafta/
Of course, it is planning ahead, as it will be in late September/October 2007.
Yes, bacon and egg.
Who was that putti? Why it’s Ron, of course.