Today is June 15th. We are almost at the summer Solstice – my favorite time of year. The peas are up, lettuce needs thinning and I smell the freshly mowed grass. Ah-h-h-h!
Just a few newsy items – my work is at the George Marshall Gallery here in York until July 9th. The exhibit is Momentum XIV – honoring the recipient and finalists for the NH Charitable Foundation’s Artist Advancement award. I was one of two finalists.
I was artist in residence at the Longley school in Lewiston this month. I love this Mandala Community Weaving woven in red, white and blue – and covered with the hands who wove it (mostly immigrants from war torn countries). This image feel poignant considering what is going on in our country right now.
“Well Used, Well Loved” my current community art project is rolling along with a closed Facebook group where participants safely post responses to my prompts and questions. We also have a blog about the project - please check it out!