Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Fish are jumpin and the cotton is high



And one of my girls, Sofie, is still home for one more week.

FYI:  Ray and Kelly Siler are usually wedding photographers extraordinaire, but they visited me one rainy afternoon,  a few weeks ago, and made a portfolio of beautiful pictures here at the workshop.   It's part of their project about artists and other creative people living and working in the Driftless region of SW Wisconsin. I'm delighted to have been included, and also had a wonderful time with them while they were here.  There are so many talented people living in these hills now, especially Raymond and Kelly Siler Look!

9 comments:

www.sidsephos.dk said...

The pics is sooooo amyzing. WAUW. I am so in love with the small films and ale the great pics of your Avalanches Looms. Awesome pics. Lovely to se you smile.

Velma Bolyard said...

susan, this is just lovely! they did a great job and i just LOVE the photo of you leaning on your loom!

mary said...

Absolutely stunning photos! I am smitten with your studio space as well as your lovely weaving.

Susan said...

Thanks for taking the time to look. They are such a sweet couple, and their pictures are lovely. I felt that they truly showed a typical day in my work life. I also think I could pay a little more attention to my fashion!



Brittany | The Home Ground said...

Those photos are gorgeous! Your studio looks like such a lovely, inspiring place to be. I never realized you were from Detroit. My husband and I are having the same dreams of moving away, into the country. Hoping we can make it happen soon!

Susan said...

Brittany, good luck. You should check out SW Wisconsin

Judith said...

Susan,

They did a wonderful work! The next best thing to a visit to your studio!!
I see you are making good progress on the weaving sample book! I hope to see you soon, I think I'm coming to look at a house in La Farge.

kristin said...

i so enjoyed the photos...now that i've been to your place, i know exactly where everything is. :) I just posted about meeting you...

Susan said...

Kristin,
It was such a surprise to meet you in person. My friends online can seem like imaginary friends, very real to me, but invisible to others. Ha, ha. I'm pleased to say you are not in the least imaginary, and it was such fun for me to meet you.

Susan

also, thanks for the beautiful post on your blog.