Thursday, October 13, 2011

"Healing Sutras" Erin Endicott October 29th

Hoping that I too can partake in the workshop with Erin. Looking around the house for possible "subjects" I came across old items of mine that for the most part have some sentimental value to me. I should hope so otherwise one of sound mind would have to question why I still have these dirty rags hanging around.

a) Silk knit camisole with beautiful lace. Bought in the mid-80's for alot of money, more than I would pay for a blouse today.

b) Matryoshka doll linen dish towel. Brought back from Russia as a gift. What can I say? I love linen, I love dolls, I love Matryoshka dolls, and I like the proportion of the towel. But it doesn't look nice enough to be used any more for its intended purpose. This past week I sold a Matryoshka doll canvas by Lillian Chermor to a lovely customer who has a fondness for russian architecture and items. One day I hope to do a blog post about Lillian Chermor, I just have an affinity for her designs, style and use of color.

c) small doily. No personal meaning, but something small and sweet. It never took up enough room in a drawer to warrant tossing.

d) a rather old cotton blouse that I bought from Peruvian Connection, dare I say, almost 25 years ago? I wore it to so many places back when I had money and time for travel. Had an interesting exchange in Berlin, Germany, with a woman from Peru in a public bathroom of all places. We couldn't talk to each other but she recognized something familiar about this blouse, I think it had something to do with the weave. The whole thing was so out of context for both of us that the memory has stayed with me.

Hope this has given you some ideas and inspiration about what you can bring to work on with Erin. For more details see our description. To register please call or email.

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