Many things unfolded over the past 4 days including my installation at Inova for the Mary Nohl Fellowship show that opens next Friday. I thought it would take me an afternoon, three visits later I am done. It looks something like this without the panels being hung yet.... that part the installer will do for me.
(Wool panels will hang on that white wall in the background)
Thursday- Saturday I did my artist residency at the Kohler Arts Center. It was a great experience. I taught an embroidery class, did a book signing with Cortney and screened my 20 minute clip of Handmade Nation a handful of times. The staff there is fantastic (special shout out to Elsa and Elizabeth) and the space is dreamy.
A side note is I got put up in the Windway Estate which was over the top amazing, it's in the Kohler family and often houses artists when they do programing there. The white room will always have such good memories of cable TV, lots of mirrors and no cell phone service.
The Windway Estate......
(This is a very orange picture of me in the white room where I stayed)