Sunday Show & Tell

Sunday Show & Tell # 36

I had the good fortune of being able to spend part of the holidays over on the Sunshine Coast visiting friends. It was a lovely, lazy time – strolling out to Roberts Creek Point with cups of flavoured steamed milk warming hands and bellies.

Andrew, ever more observant than I (so embarrassing as I am the so-called Visual Artist), spotted this en route:

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Show & Tell #28

I was happy to find my marbling demo pieces from last Sunday’s workshop at the Burnaby Art Gallery when I was in to teach the second and final week of the bookmaking workshop.  Here’s sumpin’ pretty for y’all to look at…
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Show & Tell #27

Survived the marbling workshops – if I get to collect my demo’s next week, I’ll scan a few to share.  There were a couple pulls that I was really pleased with.

This week, I have hour number 5 of the 24 Hour Dog Toy Sweatshop Marathon to share with you.
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Show & Tell #26

I was never one for collecting stuffed animals when I was a wee girl.  Oh, sure, I had a few, but not mountains of them like some of my friends did.  Now that I am a “mommy”, and have a [hairy] child of my own, I spend quite a bit of time perusing the stuffie bin at our local Salvation Army Thrift Store.  Every once in a while I will find something that is just too precious to hand over to Elvis.
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Show & Tell #21

In the past week I have:

1. Suffered agonizing back pain.
2. Tried not to succumb to depression due to back pain.
(The plan was to get into the studio full bore once I got
home from my London visit – hit the ground running so to
speak.  Instead I feel like I just hit the ground.  Period.)
3. Aided in the 4th annual Hallowe’en Extravanganza.

What is the Hallowe’en Extravaganza you ask?  Well…
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