Monday, March 06, 2006

new hurricane piece


i'm having trouble with my new dsl connection so we'll see if this posts....

it did! this is the piece i posted details of a few days ago. more hurricane aftermath headlines on this one.... some of the headlines have been so priceless it almost feels like cheating!...

the library hosted chris rose yesterday for a slide show, talk and book signing. he's a columnist for the times picayunne in new orleans...and is, as he put it, the voice for post traumatic stress syndrome in south east la.

there was a great turn-out adn i was glad to have my work up .... i have more pieces in progress..... just need the time to get them done....

i also have a piece in joanie san chirico's mini invitational. she's done a beautiful website as usual..and there are some wonderful pieces included. please have a look! she's got 2 exhibits going at once and there are some great pieces in the other one as well.... the majority of the pieces in both exhibits are for sale and as they usually go quickly, have a look. since the mini invitational opens at the dallas quilt festival in a couple of weeks, they get first crack at them there, but they will available for purchase from teh website after that...adn if you're interested in any , you can email joanie and put a piece on hold.

i wish i was as organized as she is!!! she's done a great job on these 2 exhibits! thanks joanie!

off to work.....

later!

3 Comments:

Blogger brdhsbldr said...

Great work, and some wonderful links.
For some reason the "mini invitational" link did not work, but, not to be detered, clicking on Joani's link, she has a link to the mini-invitational from her site.
Nora

10:17 PM  
Blogger Eileen said...

My eyes are old and feeble. Could you quote some of the headlines on your peice?

2:19 AM  
Blogger cfent said...

just how much is terrebonne sinking? (thats the parish i live in....)

are we prepared to lose a major city eveyr year?

images of signs advertising demolition services, mold removal etc.

and several newspaper columns.....

8:32 PM  

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