Off to study my stumpwork book now. Fine stitching for a rising light level as the season turns. But I also need to attend to what needs to be completed for the exhibit in April, coming right up at me.
I warped up the earthloom at the library, and put the cartoon behind it, and did a couple of really difficult establishing rows, but need to get in and do a lot more before it's really under way. This is for the artist in residence gig.
The weaving design relates to two pieces in the exhibit, since I realized that one pair had a nice blocky large feeling which might work in weaving, too. So it will be a trio, film photography, charcoal drawing, weaving. Title of this group: Four Sisters. I also have a small ink and watercolor work on this subject, but that may or may not make it into the exhibit. We'll see. Four pieces for four sisters, hm.
And there are large stretcher bars in my future, from which I will probably make more looms so as to have more than one thing going at a time. And I'll have to get into spinning,again, if I can remember how to do it, to produce more weaving material!
And there's a large weaving and music collaboration in my future too. I think I have to write down my priorities in art before I get in a total blur!