Still in Atlanta and staying busy. The Art Cloth Network meeting over the weekend was inspiring, to say the least. It was wonderful to spend intensive time with a talented group of artists who print such gorgeous cloth. I don't post art without permission, but Katherine Sylvan said it was ok to post a snip of her incredible silk. Wouldn't you kill to create fabric like this? But it is uniquely Katherine's. On Saturday, after our meeting, we took a break and went over to the Carlos Museum at Emory University. Here are Judy Langille, Susie Monday, and a couple of other members of our group at the approach to the museum. We saw Roman frescoes, still vivid; African masks and a collection of Pre-Colombian pieces. Here are my favorites.The meeting was in Decatur, which is a charming little town with plenty of funky shops and wonderful restaurants. On Sunday, there was a Day of the Dead festival on Church St. Susan Ettl, Sue Jones and I wandered, took photos, and spent much time in Mingei World Arts -- yet again. I think I was there every day! My tjap collection is out of control. In the meantime, as we wandered, I photographed a few things. Will upload them in next post.