The directors of the dance studio are considering an installation of several pieces from my photographic collection, reflective of the year in dance at LSOD. To be displayed at their new location downtown, they will add color to the Open House extravaganza. Exciting. Thumbnail versions follow for their review. I hope my selection is reflective of the studio's variety and diversity. Part 1:Ballet
That Miss Teapot worldofmisst.blogspot.com/ continues to create and amaze. Her tiny-world abilities confound and inspire. How does she work with such care and detail in miniature? This little birthday gift for Miss S arrived via post tucked in among yards and yards of crepe paper tissue. Who knew so much treasure and fun could be packed into one custom hinged and outfitted walnut shell, complete with German Dresden, fired metal clay, hand dyed silk velvet, and miniature pastries linked by her capable fingers. Giant thanks, Miss T.
Amy celebrated her birthday in what has become an annual tradition - a garden tea complimented by gentlemen's service, followed by a dip in the pool. Bon voyage and au revoir, Miss Hanna! With the laptop at the doctor's, these are nearly straight off the camera. Thank you Donna and Brian. :)