Wednesday, January 14, 2009

on the road again

Tomorrow, after class, I'll be on my way to Sarasota for the next group of workshops. I've had a lovely time here and my host and hostess could not have been more hospitable. The weather has been a bit iffy - what I would call Sept-Oct weather in NJ -- and I simply haven't had time to take advantage of what you see on the left. But it has been a pleasure anyway.
Today was another soy wax class for the Fort Myers group, Art Quilters Unlimited. Many of them had some dye experience, but not batik experience - so it was another soy wax adventure. It never fails to amaze me how different the fabrics are when people are working with the same process. Here are a few of the more exuberant ones from today's class.Tomorrow, we'll see how some of today's fabrics get used.

4 comments:

Eva said...

The results are beautiful! It is visible how you encourage your students to be spontaneous and leave behind the old butyoucan'ts and weneverdids.

janet lasher said...

Rayna! It looks like a wonderful time to be in warm weather. It is in the teens in NC so I can only imagine what it is like in NJ. The art coming out of the workshops look really great.

Vivien said...

These look amazing! You have a talented bunch of students there. Can't wait to see what they make next.

Deborah Richmond said...

I've just discovered your blog. These fabrics are so awesome!