I have to start this post out with a correction. Apparently the driving force behind International Nature Journaling Week is Bethan Burton – a nature journalist from Australia. The week was made possible by numerous volunteers. Today is the last day of Zoom classes. It was such a wonderful experience it motivated me to sign up for Wild Wonder. Wild Wonder is a nature journaling conference that runs between June 23rd and 27th. It will be twelve hour days for me, so I will, in all probability, not be posting to my blog until it’s over.
I am planning an artist retreat for a few days in July, and another for September – both by the ocean. When the Atlantic Bubble opens up again, I hope to spend some time in Prince Edward Island and maybe New Brunswick as well.
I finished hooking “Gyeongju”! I have one circle I want to fiddle with a bit, but otherwise it’s ready for pressing and blocking. I am waiting for lockdown to lift one step further before heading into a lumber store for the piece of trim needed to hang it. Next up is finishing the embellishments on “Time”. I have a bit of embroidery to do and that should be it.
I received an email about In The Studio’s Workshop Week 3 this past week. I am only taking one class this time. I took too many last time. They were all good, but I just found it overwhelming. I really only have time for one class. Workshop Week 3 happens the end of October. You can access more information on karendmiller.com .
If you have been, thanks for reading. Have a great week everyone!