Thursday, April 10, 2008

looking ahead...

I have been very busy...Did I hint that I am writing another book with Sarah Fishburn? There is research to do and deadlines to meet. I'm feeling on top of it now and directing my attention to Asilomar and the classes I am teaching there this coming week. Leaving on Sunday...and looking forward to the break, taking some pictures, making and teaching some art. Just getting away and breathing some coastline fresh air.
One class is about making small art and art mosaic pieces...
The other class is called 'Simpatico'...the marriage of black and white photography and color. I'm teaching how to hand paint photographs with oils and other things...
I'll share the results when I return...
....and now to pack



8 comments:

JEDI said...

angela
your comments are very nice
We like very music very much from josh Groban and coold you let me now how you entered on your blog

best wishes

jean daniel and michèle
email:daniel.athos@laposte.net

margo said...

I wish I could take a class from you Angela. They sound really interesting. It's a completely different type of art I'm used to. It's fascinating.

Wyanne said...

Good luck on the classes. I just ordered your Pasticcio Quartz today. I'm really excited about getting it! Love, Wyanne

Anonymous said...

On the tea topic of a few weeks back - does your family use tea bags, or do you make it in your pot with tea leaves? Just curious as to how the real English fix their tea.
Also - my grandparents were Irish. They used to pour their tea into their saucers and drink it from the saucers. I'm wondering if this is how everyone drank it years ago? Did your parents drink their tea out of saucers? Just curious!!
pattisl

ann h said...

Hi Angela, Wish I was there with you. I would love to paint some chilhood pictures of mine.Have a great time in class.

ac said...

jean daniel and michèle
Click on the Sonific button on the right sidebar to put music on your blog too...

pattisl
No...my parents drink their tea out of scalded cups...You heat the cup first with the boiling water and it makes the tea stay warmer...

Sabii Wabii said...

These mini house tags are wonderful. What a fun collection to have!
Terisa

Anonymous said...

angela
j'essaie de vous parler en français car nous n'avons plus de réponse de votre part.
Nous admirons beaucoup "the sound of music " (la mélodie du bonheur) et toute notre famille souhaiterait figurer sur votre blog
vous semblez nous ignorer !
best wishes