So, I survived summer school. Actually, I survived school from January 3rd to July 29th with two weeks of break time in there somewhere (not back to back). That's a lot of school. I'm not going to say that it's harder than working, but it's different. I spent many evenings and weekends and early mornings and other odd hours doing school related work, and someday I hope to have a job that doesn't require that of me. It's fulfilling, that's true, but sometimes that doesn't take away the difficulty. At least now I have a few weeks "off" to make, make, make. My thesis work is creeping up on me, so I'm taking this time of making seriously!
This braid is a sneak peak at a site-specific fibers installation + photo shoot I am planning for at the end of this week. More details later, but for now, it's a secret!
These tiny flowers came from the garden, and are being preserved in acid-free self-laminating pouches, then used in my jewelry making class. Since I don't have the tools to cut and drill through glass, this will work for now.