Production continues as I put my work out there. Being a full-time artist is wonderful in terms of job satisfaction; now all I need is for my sales to grow.
The child in this fabric collage tugs at my heartstrings. She is from a group of barefoot children who lived in poverty a century ago.
[edit: Catherine asked if this piece is mounted on watercolor paper, and the answer is yes. I stitched the whole thing on 140-lb watercolor paper. Catherine knows her stuff; she's published a book on stitching on paper!]
Because I'm now working at home, it's important for me to get out regularly. Yesterday I joined my former colleagues, including one who was visiting from Nova Scotia for March break, for a get-together. It was good fun, and I hope we do it again. This evening I will be at the Hive for the ATC trading meeting.