I don't know about you but I have had a lot of time to think about priorities in my life. How I am spending my time? What genres of art am I interested in pursuing? The one thing about quilting is that it isn't just cutting up fabric and putting it back together. It offers so many opportunities to explore new ways to expand our creativeness. Our way of learning or expanding our quilting horizons may be changing for the foreseeable future to virtual learning. Our children/grandchildren are experiencing virtual learning currently and it has been amazing to see how this interactive process works. What an opportunity to sit in the comfort of your home and be able to take a live class with Jean Wells without the pressure of comparing yourself to what the other students are bringing to the class, LOL! No longer would someone not be able to take a class because of location.
I totally went on a tangent...what I wanted to introduce you to is the latest exhibit by The Journey's Group of Central Oregon.
I have always been in awe of this creative group. They have been encouraging each other to reach and create at a new level. I wanted to share a few of the pieces and hope that if you are in the area you might be able to visit The Stitchin Post
. The Stitchin Post has supportive guidelines for visiting the shop so that you might view the entire exhibit.
The Imperial Summer Palace by Judy Beaver
Aspens by Betty Gientke
Moon Shadow by Sheila Finzer
Have a creative week!
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