It could be the wine talking....but I was contemplating this post. Looking through the pictures I managed to take.....and realized. I am a lucky girl.
LibertyTown Arts Workshop saved me.
I left a job that had rung out ALL my energy....walked straight to LT and signed up for Pottery Classes with Neal Reed. Seven years later I am a potter. A spinner. AND a weaver. And I have Dan Finnegan and his Liberty Town to thank for it. I have always been creative. But it is this crazy place. The energy. The people. And the arts that flow from this building that finally directed me to what I love the most. I do not know where I would be with out it.
(Pictures from our Ten Year Anniversary this past weekend)
I WANT this lathe....
I love the earth loom! And what a lovely display of photographs!
What a great collection of photos. Things run the gamut down there, don't they!
Great post, Anna! I agree completely with all you said about LibertyTown and its influence in my life as well. You were one of the first friends I made there and made me feel welcome. Thanks for that!
You know how I feel about YOU Elizabeth. The evolution of your work is just so amazing!
You ARE a lucky girl, what a place, what a LOOM!
You too can build one of these Tracey. Google Earth Loom. There is an awesome website (based in Maine of course) meant to be built with tree stumps in the garden....
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