I try to think back over the month to figure out what the days have held...if anything, since it seems all so fleeting.Hmmmmm
Well, meetings of the Sawdust Art Enrichment Fund. We had the task of choosing a program facilitator (and we got a good one!) to help with the scheduling, especially of the many classes offered free to the military and spouses.
Mid-month husband Mike had back surgery. Thinking back on the time in the hospital (2 weeks, including rehab) I can see where that took a good deal of the time. It also contributed to make it seem sort of surreal time.
Last weekend's monthly Sunday Studio Workshop was full and fun as we played with the human face and a variety of views to ways to create it. Most were loose, free, quick, and with no judgment (or so we hoped) just to get a feel for where features would be and how they relate to each other. Some of the students got some really fun faces (and I forgot to take photos as happens all too often.) Everyone worked in a journal, which they took home for more chances to practice.
|Quick and loose|