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Friday, August 22, 2008

All The Fun Of The Show...


...in this case, the Spunart team in a few quiet moments before the mayhem began at the start of Sunday. You may recognise a few of my quilts hanging behind them; thank you to the lovely people who commented that they look much better in real life! You can probably tell that the messy desk at the front of the stand is mine; I create mayhem wherever I go, co opting space madly. I had great fun talking about Lutradur and Evolon both, my favourite textiles. Wonder what other industrial products can be turned to artful uses... Mervyn, get your thinking cap on!

It was great to meet fellow bloggers and Etsians at the show, and there are tentative plans for a retreat later in the year. Amazing what you can arrange in a few minutes between demos! I had a ball, but I have to admit I'm really tired still, so I may be quite quiet for a while. Or not...

11 comments:

Mickey and Madeline Art Glass said...

Wow!!! what a beautiful booth...your work looks great!!!!

Myfanwy said...

Didn't we have fun! And about that retreat.... the only question is 'When?'

AltheaP said...

It looks grand, and I know you had fun. Rest up now for the next round!

Jean Levert Hood said...

So glad it was a great show, Marion!

Rose said...

Great booth, glad you had a good show!

Annette said...

Awsome booth! Your quilts are so stunning!

Julie said...

Retreat? I'm up for that! It was great to meet you at the Show. I was impressed by your enthusiasm for all things Lutradur :) I bought some Evolon to play with but am still show-lagged like yourself so haven't played yet.

Stitching with Schnauzer and Siamese said...

Ok Myfanwy and Marion... when are you free? and where? Bestwishes
Maggie

Guzzisue said...

It was a great show and it was good to meet you :-)

Melinda said...

Hi Marion,
I wanted to meet you at the show, but whenever I passed your booth you were 3 deep in people.
I love how you are using fibre/mixed media to express and explore your inner life. So much fibre art is so shallow - doesn't get beneath the surface.
Melinda

Anonymous said...

And mayhem it was, Marion. I only managed to snatch a few seconds with you, but at least we managed to meet very, very briefly. I was less polite than Melinda and gently elbowed my way to the front. It was great to see the booth so busy and you smiling so happily!

Lorchen