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Saturday, November 18, 2006

Sheer landscape

My last mixed media workshops was not a rave success hence the no post or pics. The status quo was restored today however with a sheer landscape workshop in a local arts centre. The participants included two talented girl whom I worked with on some exciting costume (see post on 3rd September). They were showing pictures me of this work in the Edinburgh newspaper and the Scotsman and the Glasgow newspaper the Herald. The Big Time! Anyway, we had a lovely time today painting and sewing and generally mucking about. The moral of this story is probably stick to what you're good at!




8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lovely work sally, glad your day went well.

ambermoggie said...

beautiful work Sally and I'm so pleased this workshop went better. Put the last one down to a bad day and don't let it worry you, your creativity is going on great guns:)
amber in scotland

Debra said...

Lovely. Inspiring. I really appreciated the couple photos that showed a student's progression through the workshop.

This has driven me away from my computer and into my studio.

toto-too said...

I love your artwork, rich color, very inspiring!

sage

Grumpy said...

Thanks girls!

Anonymous said...

Great work again Sally. I am the proud owner of one of your own beautiful machine drawn trees. I must take a photo so I can blog it.

Liz said...

I love these, Sally, especially the top one... the colours and textures...

Jeri said...

Wonderful sheer landscapes - looks like FUN! I must try that....