Thanks for joining me as I recap my recent adventures teaching on the east coast. Post #1 can be found here.
The next stop on my journey was "up north" at Ink About It in Westford, Massachusetts. Lisa and Lori, the owners, gave me the warmest welcome and this is what I found when I walked in the door...
I taught my two-day, Mixed Media Memoire workshop and you know that good art is happening when the table gets messy.
Another amazing group of talented and creative students.
Two weeks later I headed to the "deep south" and taught for a second time in a month at The Queen's Ink in Savage, Maryland. But on my way down, I made a pit stop and met Patti, the owner of The Queen's Ink, in Baltimore at the American Visionary Art Museum.
This is an extraordinary museum that focuses on outsider art. Cameras were not allowed inside but even the outside of this museum is photo worthy!
The outside of The Queen's Ink is also quite photogenic, as it is located in Historic Savage in a refurbished mill.
Inside the shop I taught Mixed Media Memoire one more time. And once again, I was welcomed with open arms!
For those of you who also visit my Facebook page...this is the typewriter I have been highlighting.
I love this venue and the Mixed Media Memoire workshop as well. I continue to be amazed that no two books are ever alike at the end of this class.
Thanks for coming along with me on my east coast tour. Not one to discriminate against coasts, I am about to embark on a 2+ week art adventure on the west coast. Details here. Stay tuned...