So many things have happened over the last two years. First, the pandemic changed the way the workshop functioned. We tried zoom classes and outside classes. As time went on, we met wearing masks and being careful in our interactions. Small classes and one-on-ones became the norm. Financially we were not making it.
And then I became a grandma and my husband retired. We wanted to be involved in our granddaughter’s life so we decided we were up for an adventure and moved to Garner, North Carolina, just outside of Raleigh, in order to be near her.
The workshop in Hillsboro has not closed. In the foreseeable future, I will be back often and will be available to teach classes and work one-on-one. Many of the workshop participants continue to hold open studio on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Contact me if you are interested in more info. In April I will teach a batik class there.
Meanwhile, I am upgrading a small he-shed on our new property to make it into my new workshop. I will be available to teach classes here on a smaller scale — no more than three people at a time. I am very excited about sharing my love of art here.
Stay tuned for more….