I was so inspired on my way through “The Notch” this past Friday on my way to the “Field of Vision” conference for teaching artists, teachers and administrators. So gorgeous- snow on the mountaintops, creating veils of snow streaming through the valleys, is that coming from the sky or the mountain- misted muted colors and sleepy looking valleys. Everything tucking in for the coming winter. The conference was inspiring and thought provoking. A lot of energy and enthusiasm for the arts in all forms. Keep making things and inspiring others to join in. I’m deepening my commitment to community mosaic projects. See you at Day of the Dead on Concord on the 30th at Eagle Square Atrium!
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