I'm sure you've all been waiting with baited breath (or is that bated breath? I inherited my father's spelling difficulties--and it is worse when I think about it!) for the update on the big Bauhaus project!
But first, a tangent of course! My website is sadly very very behind. You can see it here
. The project description posted there has not been updated. I am hoping very much to switch my website to a different host as the one I've been using frankly sucks rocks for Macintosh users. And I certainly am not switching to a PC for the sake of a website! I don't know why they can't make a sitebuilder work with Safari or Firefox, but they can't seem to do it. So while I wait for the stretch of time and inspiration needed (and getting those two things to coincide is tough!) to rebuild the site on some kind of artist-friendly host, you won't find my website very up to date.
BUT that doesn't mean I haven't been working my toolies off! My Bauhaus team
of Cornelia Theimer Gardella
and James Koehler
have been meeting religiously (or at least regularly) to discuss all manner of interesting studies and work on pulling together 2 shows and workshops.
Our project has been extended a year and will culminate in 2010, not this year... something I think we are all happy about as 2009 is well into it's 3rd month already. We have secured a venue for the show in Erfurt, Germany in September and October, 2010 and will be doing a show of our work there. It is likely that there will be other weaverly events connected with this venue and/or city, so stay tuned! (I know, it would help if my website was functional--sorry). We are also looking at some options for the same show in New Mexico in the summer of 2010--so if you can't travel to Germany for shows and workshops, perhaps you can come
and see us in Albuquerque or Santa Fe.
And lastly, I don't have any great pictures of Erfurt, Germany to lure you there (yet), so here is a cool photo of a petroglyph taken somewhere near my house. I'm sure I couldn't find it again on purpose, but I know it is out there somewhere.
And as a post script, can I just say that geez! I wish "they" could decide to extend deadlines for weaving shows before I spend two long evenings swearing at photoshop and my crazy camera. I just found out Fiber Celebrated (the reason I was trying to get Inscription photographed) isn't due until April 25th. Heck, I could weave another whole piece by then! Ah the joy of possibility and the pain of the late nights fussing with the camera.