A very inspiring place to live and work... An indoor/outdoor studio on the Big Island of Hawaii with views, lava, and acres of orchids..Who wouldn't be inspired?
Cyanotypes are exposing and I'm finishing some special order beads..perfection!
There was a magical half hour before the sun was completely up, when everything in the pasture was turned to icy sculpture with just a faint glow of sunrise to illuminate everything......
8:30? Poof! Gone!
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The poet Derek Walcott died on Friday at the age of 87. He is regarded as one of the greatest poets in the English language. In 1992, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature. Walcott was a playwright and a painter. He died at his home on the island of St. Lucia, a place that figured prominently in his work. It's where he published his first poem in a local newspaper at the tender age of 14.
So, I found my Mexican ring under an armoire, and since I have been snowed in (again), I have been busy.
I've been mordanting silk and wool for an upcoming workshop with India Flint and putting many coats on the beauties above before I sculpt the bails and hanging loops so that they can become pendants.
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