I'm admittedly (sometimes-overly) fond of alliteration and assonance, and life has just inspired a stream of both. Have been kicking myself for being digitally undisciplined (see? d-d?) -- ie., had NO idea I'd saved this photo of a young Picasso with a patchwork background -- while also aiming to cut myself some slack. So this will have to do for my Thursday promote-your-endeavors post on the much-appreciated Women in Guadalajara page, as well as a true 'throwback Thursday' image.
Thanks again to Louis Cotto, and guanatozfm!
I recently took a week-long series of workshops with Jessica Serran, whose work I truly admire, and -- as she promised -- taking just a few marketing/networking actions CONSCIOUSLY, and fearlessly, and lovingly, (all that sounds easier than it is), did indeed shake things up around my art. The panel I did for Irish St. Brigid's Day is in a museum in Dublin, and in a cool video.
I have a radio interview at 3pm Guad (Central US) time on Valentine's Day, where I'll talk about quilts' historical/social significance, etc. (live broadcast at www.guanatozfm.net), and I'm starting to work on scheduling Open Studios so that the map quilts, in particular (see the Engl/Irel/Scotland and Pacific Rim tabs here on the site), find their way into relevant homes or offices or consulates or restaurants...