I don’t know about you, but I think if I was the artist for this piece, I’d’ve gone spotty myself. Or maybe that’s dotty. And that’s what is happening to all of us who live in Texas this year. Just in case this news hasn’t made it to a TV station everywhere in the US, we’ve had between 60-70 days of 100 degrees or higher. No rain, trees losing their leaves, regular old coastal hay is selling for $165 per bale or more. There’s no forage for the livestock, so… kind of scary for agriculture. Okay, enough of that!
In other news, I have actually done a newsletter for the first time since, oh, I don’t know, maybe January. But with the guild show coming up and the pieces coming down at the Doss, I thought it was time. And, I have been weaving, always a good thing.
The one time that I was in DC, the Textile Museum was closed, so I didn’t get to do what I really wanted to do. Just recently, I noticed that they are having a symposium related to the exhibition Weaving Abstraction: Kuba Textiles and the Woven Art of Central Africa. Sounds interesting. Maybe a little trip?