a little bit of pretty to start your day . . .
"I'm sure you hear this all the time, but it was incredible! I came home needing to MAKE ART EVERY DAY. This is no longer an option. I really cannot envision not coming back. There are so many gifted teachers I want to learn from! The attention to detail was exquisite--from the site selection to the notes in the cabins."Comments (5)
There's a whole new game afoot of drawing, painting and creating with needle and thread and we are stoked that Brooklyn-based Rebecca Ringquist is joining us again at squam next week to share her coolio techniques to make your needles fly.Comments (3)
Fun, open-hearted, and ready for any kind of creative adventure, Jill is bringing her teaching mojo to squam next week as well as having her gorgeous hand-dyed yarns for sale at the Squam Art Fair.Comments (2)
Fiona continues to attempt to devise methods, for both herself and her students, to capture that illusive and transitory moment of inspiration.Comments (2)
Amy Gretchen is a firm believer that through the lens, we can all see how truly beautiful life can be.Comments (4)
The very first time I met Helene I was completely swept off my feet by her warmth, her open heart, her radiance and her fabulous sense of humor. She has to be one of the loveliest people I have ever met. Truly.Comments (4)
With Spring Squam just around the corner, I've started the preprations. A little excited perhaps?Comments (20)
. . . and she moves seamlessly from one to the next to the next-- picking up stitches, diagnosing the problem, coaching, and supporting. Honestly-- it's like she's an emergency room doctor only without any calls for CPR.
Maya's facility with word play and the way her mind skips and jumps to new ideas to make fresh and exciting connections-- well, it's like electricity, really-- and I was hooked.Comments (7)
Wouldn’t it be funny if I could close out by wishing you a week filled with change and destruction and you really understood it to be the most positive* thing in the world? Yeah, I know—that could never happen, right?Comments (9)
Of course I had to learn more about the woman who was clever enough to design the gorgeous french press felted slippers and lucky for me, she had a most lovely blog where she shared one fabulous design after the other all the while charming us with her life and family.Comments (4)
If you have never had the good fortune to be in a class or a conversation with Maya, I hope one or the other is in your future as she is, most assuredly-- as she readily admits below-- so good at the loving thing.Comments (16)