Wednesday, July 18, 2007

miscellaneous, part deux

Today's activity: I ironed and sorted and ironed and sorted and in between, threw stuff randomly at the wall if it looked worthwhile to me. I was hoping to be inspired, but no dice. A surfeit of fabric - and this is the tip of the iceberg. Enough! I have filled a trash bag with hopeless bits and trimmings and filled a plastic box with nearly hopeless-but need to overdye or do something drastic. Will I bother or will this be the next crop of garbage? Time will tell. In the meantime, as I am sitting here looking at the wall, stuff is falling off. I received the catalog today for Transformations 2007: Reverberations, the exhibit that Sandra Sider juried for SAQA. What a beautiful catalog - and a beautiful exhibit, if I do say so myself. Twenty-four pieces were juried into the show, which will start in Birmingham, England and travel. Schedule is on my website. The full color catalog is only $15 and will be for sale on the SAQA website once the show has opened. The CD is $8 and is for sale on the website now. I have found that I prefer printed catalogs to CDs and I am becoming a show catalog junkie. As IF I have another inch of shelf space. Kitchen guy #3 was here today with a plan that looks like a better starting place than the other plans I've gotten. I am too tired to play around with it, but will do so over the weekend. I am waiting for this to be fun. But while I wait I will escape with Alexander McCall Smith's latest delightful Isabel Dalhousie novel and a cup of tea.

4 comments:

martha said...

i think you wall is very inspiring.

lizzieb said...

well, you sure do have a lot to look at! But all up at once doesn't give any of them justice or let each one live on it's own....

Linda Branch Dunn said...

Would that I could get my hands on that trash bag!

Rhonda said...

I saw your wall and thought it looked great! Keep it up.