2015

2015 was a big year, both personally and professionally...

My incredible studio!

My incredible studio!

It was the year I committed to starting my new career as a weaver and fiber artist, and also the year we ended up moving across the country (again!).  Even though we moved (and it turned out to be two moves, selling a home, buying a home, and so much more), I decided to stay committed to my new journey in textiles.  In spite of all the chaos, I managed to complete two artist residencies, receive the Dr. Judith Temple Scholarship, take courses on spinning, start my website and instagram, establish my own studio, and weave and spin like crazy.  Looking back, I have no idea how we fit it all in, but I'm glad we figured it out, and I'm super grateful to have a teammate who also prioritizes my practice.

Subtle double rainbow from our backyard shortly after we moved into our new (almost a century old) house.

Subtle double rainbow from our backyard shortly after we moved into our new (almost a century old) house.

Oh yeah, and we also fostered a giant ball of love from a high kill shelter and he's now happily in his forever home too.

This giant darling loves and admires everyone he meets.

This giant darling loves and admires everyone he meets.

Perhaps it was the year of the forever homes!  More soon...