Wednesday at Pat's is a group of artistic folks who get together every

six weeks or so to share an evening of good conversation and food.









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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Here we are on September 14, 2011, another
wonderful gathering of creative friends!

Suzanne recently finished another of her weekly pages.
She's getting close to completing her goal of 52!

Polly demonstrates how her purse converts to
different sizes & shapes - very creative.

Janie & Veronica.  Veronica showed photos from a recent visit to a quilt shop in Washington.  The owner/artist creates her own fabric depicting wildlife scenes.

Judy & Michelle.  Judy brought her latest knitting project.

Lucky, Suzanne & Elaine.


Linda, Mary Ann & Jack view Veronica's photos.

Barbara brought several of her ceramic creations.

Barbara, Linda & Mary Ann.  Linda recently
took an indigo dying class in D.C.

Linda, Mary Ann & Jack.

Here's the flutter I received when I attended
a 6 baby-6 grandmother party in San Diego.


Wednesday, September 14, 2011

June 22, 2011 - Special guests, & former Anchorage residents, Alice & her daughter Anne were here for their show at APU. Alice (now of New York state) continues to create her inventive wall banners & Anne (of Copenhagen) creates burnt paper designs imprinted by hot blown glass.
Susan, Elise, Jack & Linda.
Jack, Linda, Becky & Anne. 
                                         Suzanne, Alice & Polly.
                             Jeanne, Elaine, Charlie & Suzanne.
George, Linda We & Susan admire Linda W's 
dyed, printed & stamped shirts.
Alice & Polly & more of Linda W's shirts.

Another of Linda's shirts. 
Elise & Jack. 
Becky & one of her weaving creations.

                           Becky shows another of her weavings.
One of Charlie's paintings.

Charlie

                                                      A pen & ink sketch by Charlie.

Polly recommends these two books.

Polly has been creating pillows this summer.


George with some of his recent creations including banana
 theme blocks inspired by a Judy Hopkins' friendship project.