So it goes, as K.V. has said.
Fortunately, I've been up to my eyeballs in studio work, and also fortunately have not yet pulled the winter coat off the studio. If I had, it would be TOO COLD to do all the things.
Currently in progress are:
- a series of pens and charms made of Celtic sacred woods
- a series of pens and charms made of glow in the dark material
- a series of pendants, etched silver on one side, exotic wood on the other
- another windowless stained glass window
- turning my first wooden bowl
- another show to apply to
- some extra credit freelance writing
- waiting for the FedEx truck
That last one doesn't sound as interesting as some of the others, I realize, but when that happens, it will mean I have a working phone again. This will mean I am available to several channels of contact not currently available, and also that I will be able to make and post photos very conveniently again.
This past weekend was spent at Albuquerque Exotic Woods, lending a hand with their Demo Days weekend event. This page describing the event will soon be replaced with pictures of those things, and I am hoping to fill up their FB and Flickr streams with similar. It was fun, and a LOT of good info was dispensed. Also, I got to meet and get to know some super cool artisans I don't usually interact with, and hatch some schemes for further world domination arrangements.
The photo at the top of this post is one of several I took in researching this article from The Weekly Alibi.