A celebration of Courtney Cerruti's beautiful book: Playing with Image Transfers.
Seriously, darling - what's not to love?
Personally, I love reading her posts because they have this seamless (<--ha!) way of weaving the nits and grits of life in and around her projects.
The girl wants snow? Look out Gudrun, I think this is your weekend for SNOW!
"Marmite on crumpets and a giant cup of tea!" oh my, what's not to love?!
Meet the luminous Harriet Goodall . . .
Must be due to her Michigan upraising, I am thinking. They don't mess around in the Spartan state.
She is always a shining example of inspiration to me personally because I know her in so many circumstances and she is one of the most authentic, kind and generous spirits I have ever met. And let's not forget about how hella talented the girl is! Ahem.
How perfectly fitting that on the day we close registration for our 5th anniversary gathering in September, we are featuring Kelly Barton who was one of the pioneering spirits who came to that first retreat held on Squam Lake back in 2008.Comments (5)
Now I think I would be the girl at the carnival that takes artsy Instagram photos.Comments (1)
Even more wonderful is that this Fall, you will be able to actually hold Jen's gorgeous photographs in your hands as her book Brooklyn Makers will be out in the world and you can get first dibs on it with a pre-order now.Comments (1)
Visiting her blog is like stepping into a most wondrous landscape of color, light and exquisite composition.Comments (1)
And then? We got to visit the incandescent Alix Bluh and experience the amazing shop and gallery of hers: Modern Relics. Honestly-- if you've never been, I won't be able to to do it justice. Alix has one of the most inspiring, organic design styles I've ever seen.Comments (1)
"I grew up in the woods so the sound of leaves rustling in a gentle breeze, crickets, and a gentle brook all bring me a deep sense of calm."Comments (8)
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)