Each time I introduce myself to a new art form, the process of discovery, in that art form, mirrors what I need to discover intellectually, emotionally and spiritually in my own life.
As We Mend became a 10-session quilting workshop for beginning quilters after Bonnie Laing and Renae Green asked if I’d be interested in teaching.
As We Mend led all of us on a journey of discovery. Fabric, threads, poetry and color became signposts and conductors so that "Can I?" remained on our lips, as well, the sure answer, "Yes.”
Our affirmations, declarations, insights and discoveries transitioned into poems, prose and journal entries.
Summer 2016 students and their work.
Renae Maree Green, 2001
Roy G. Biv
Bonnie Young Laing
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