Doodling?! Sign me up!
Last week on Rebecca Ringquist's blog
I learned about artist Lisa Solomon's request
for help on two of her upcoming installations.
If you'd like to participate, there's still plenty of time!
Go here for Lisa's project details.
Pictured above are my two doilie doodles for Lisa,
and on the tablet you can see her doilie used for reference -
you know, because doilie doodles are so meticulous and tidy.
No! In fact, she strongly encourages evidence of your own hand.
I think I've covered that base pretty well.
Lisa's second project involves French knots.
On purple linen, I made three lime green French knots.
Spending a few minutes cruising around her blog
is refreshing and interesting. I enjoyed seeing her
previous doilie project. Her book is now on my wish list....
Having a hand in Lisa's current projects,
alongside numerous other like-minded people, is exciting.
I can't wait for her installations to go up,
and I'll post dates here as I learn of them.
Thank you for the opportunity, Lisa!
The Japanese Tree Peony's blossoms
have come and gone.
We enjoyed about one week of lush blooms the size of
dinner plates, and then a few days of steady rainfall
knocked them to the ground.