Friday, July 29, 2016

Stitch Journal: Week 30

If I had to describe the past week of July—and of my Stitch Journal project—that word would be "heat." The morning light has been bright and strong, and every day the temperatures have risen into the 90s. Leaves are curling and dropping. The grass is drying out, mostly bleached and faded now, though still green in the few spots that are aways damp.

Thankfully, as I type these words, it's raining. And not just a brief burst—it looks like we'll have at least a full morning of rain. What a blessing!

By the way, tomorrow (Saturday, July 30) is the last day to see my piece Winter Flame in the group show at Gallery A3 in Amherst. If you're in the vicinity, I hope you'll come see it. Gallery hours are 1:00–7:00 pm.

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If you are enjoying my Stitch Journal project, I hope you'll consider making a purchase to help support it. Funds are needed for stretchers, professional photography, and a website to serve as home for this project and my other artwork.

If you don't wish to make a purchase but just want to support the project, you can do that, too. Thank you!


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