The other day Alice and I visited a new store in Easley, SC https://loftyfiber.com which sells new looms, accessories and yarn. It is a great place. I thought the juxtaposition of the tulips in front of the fiber piece on the wall worked well together.Go visit even if you are not a weaver (yet).
The other night there was a very important opening at the Hampton Gallery, Taylors, SC featuring Jeanet Dreskin and several people whom she influenced as a studio artist and teacher. Jeanet has supported so many of us in the art world in so many ways and fortunately she is still going, a force of nature in the best possible way. Go see this show at Hampton Gallery From right to left in the first picture is Alice Schlein, Jeanet Dreskin, Carrie Burns Brown, Jim Campbell and Sandy Rupp, gallery director. Contact for the gallery is http://hamptoniiigallery.com/contactus/
Left to right below is Sharon Campbell, Jim Campbell, Jeanet Dreskin, Carrie Burns Brown and Alice Schlein
Alice Schlein and her work
Jo Carol Mitchel-Rogers
Jeanet’s birthday cake.