Saturday, November 20, 2010

SNO-CRUSH TODAY!

Goodnight!

14 comments:

Janice Zindel said...

Hope you have a lot of visitors today for Sno-Crush, and in the coming weeks! Also, hope people shop local and all the artists do well. Looking forward to hearing how this goes. Is this the first of an annual "Sno-Crush?"

novembergrass said...

Good luck to you and all the artists.

riverweave said...

Looks like the place to be -- can't wait to see it all of it this afternoon.

Susan said...

Thank you! I like how it looked, so much, once it was all hung. Can't wait to see how others will see it. I do have hopes of another and another textile show

Susan said...

Thanks to everyone who was able to come the opening of Sno Crush. I think it was a smash. The artwork looked great. Thank you, artists, for the reason to take a good look at cloth work in SW Wisconsin.

Seeing so many of my old friends, made a day I hope I can remember when I'm old, old and thinking back on the best days

Kathryn said...

This looks fantastic! I hope all goes well!

Meg in Nelson said...

It'd be so fun to visit you right about now!!

Susan said...

Meg, your virtual show is always on my mind as an inspiration. I'd like to try something here with work from the www world, but I may not have the organizational skills yet. Working up to it, definitely.
Wish you could have been here, too. It was definitely an event. A crushing crowd!

Velma said...

i have been peeking at this possum creature daily since you posted, and i love her!

Susan said...

Not your usual forest friends, Amy Arnold's Mouse, Bear and Squirrel set the tone of the show, just as you come in the door. The Mouse comes with 3 small, pink accessory baby mice, strung along side of her. Bear has 2 ceramic honey bees, and Squirrel has 3 acorns.

Velma said...

ahh, she's a mouse. possums have been on my mind as they're more and more here since i moved up north. and they're big, but it's brilliant that she's a huge mouse!

Flotsam Friends said...

Looks wonderful! I adore that mouse hanging there. Amazing! Pruxxx

Maia McDonald said...

Susan, it looks like the show was amazing. I was hoping to make it but it ended up being a busy week. Who makes that doll hanging in the picture with the udders? It's super cool.

Susan said...

Maia,
The doll is amazing. It's Mouse, by Amy Arnold. It comes with the 3 accessory ceramic baby mice hanging on a string beside her. All of Amy's dolls have multiple sets of nipples!