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May 15, 2009


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Linda Cunningham

Yeah, that back-lit two-ply skein is a beauty!

Tell Grant I said "hi" when you get to the Artposium.

Deb Robson

You know Grant? Well, yes, I will. Small world! I haven't met him yet, although we've e-mailed back and forth about my residency and the artposium, and will be saying hello in person in about an hour.

Linda Cunningham

Yet another email and FB friend for me, I'm afraid, although one of their upcoming Artposiums is definitely up my alley....

Deb Robson

I can't find the future list right now. They need to revise their website (and they know it). I know there's a sustainability one coming next year right here in my town. I wish I'd been able to do the one on mapping, especially. It's a welcoming group of people: and small enough for real dialog. I did the wire sculpture break-out session on Saturday . . . fun, and completely different for me.

Last night I went to a presentation by Jeannette Walls (The Glass Castle) and at the reception afterwards spent a good forty-five minutes talking with a friend about what I'd learned at the Artposium this past weekend.

Linda Cunningham

Yup, that's the one that caught my attention, and I've already emailed Grant about it.

Depending on when it is, I may be juggling a lot of travel next year....

Deb Robson



The world viewed as a series of potential yarn drying racks. Interesting!

Deb Robson

I've had really good drying racks at times. No one else would have recognized them: wooden crossbars nailed under the supports of a carport. Fantastic.

Susan J. Tweit

I've never viewed the cottage through the lens of skein-drying racks, but I like it! We got home today to rain, and you'd hardly recognize the place for the rich fragrance of life awakened, and the flush of moisture-fueled growth already. I think that green may finally return to the valley!

Deb Robson

Oh, I'd love to see what rain would do! Lovely! Welcome home. . . .

I also like to view the places I live through the drying skeinlets. . . .

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