week -- nonstop Mexican food, great company, and a class of SAQA members that didn't even know how talented they were.
A key part of this workshop was the voluntary critique of works in process; what I call 'groupthink." Looking at someone else's work-in-progress is the best way to develop an eye for design you can take back to your own work, and the class members came up with some alternative solutions to some design problems others were stuck on.made were insightful and helpful.ifyou...?"
Julie is putting together her quilt, which captures the essence of a field of wildflowers.
Kathy made this art quilt, which started as pieced strips she couldn't imagine would turn into anything cohesive. But here it is, partially put together and ready to be completed at home. I look forward to seeing the photo of the finished piece! It is both energetic and serene.
Elise's piece ended up to be a dynamic piece that made her feel really good. Admittedly, it was a challenge to put together all those different sized pieces -- but it was worth it. And the group's suggestions as she worked on it really helped with her color choices and placement. She's happy, as she should be.