Sunday, 19 October 2014

One more sleep. . .

Hi Everyone,
My Fun and Nonsense Art Bunker and everyone at Shelf Corner has been packed and stored  for the house move this week.  A few of Shelf Corners residence have already been installed at their new temporary Shelf Corner. Only essential art materials have not been packed.
Other news...recently I did Lilla Rogers Global Talent Search 2014.  The assignment was Terrarium, which I loved doing.  A tiny world captured in a jar, just up my street.  I did three, the first one is the one I submitted.  I didn't make the cut but seeing the talent that did, I'm not surprised.  Following that I signed up for MATS.  Make Art That Sells.

One more sleep till class opens for MATS A.  I'm excited and nervous, usual first day butterflies.  My class mates are a seriously talented bunch of girlies and one London Lad.  Can't wait to get going and learn learn learn from the best.

That's my fun and nonsense...

9 comments:

Alexandra said...

I think you did a FANTASTIC job and I think it's their loss to have not selected you, Catherine. How utterly adorable!

Wishing you the very best on your move. Miss you and sending hugs. :)

Coleen Patrick said...

I love your terrarium!!

Janet O'Connor said...

Your Terrarium is wonderful! It's a shame that you weren't included in the group that made the first cut. I love your work. It's enchanting :)

ann @ studiohyde said...

This is so cute :-)

Sandra Busby said...

I imagine that they can learn an awful lot from you Catherine! Gorgeous fun and nonsense as always :0)

Laurie M said...

beautiful work, best of luck on all the exciting happenings!!!

Giggles said...

I looked through all the entrants... you have such a distinct amazing style...I know that's what she looks for. Never give up! Yours is amazing too!

Hugs Giggles

by Lisa and Nicole said...
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by Lisa and Nicole said...

I really liked your entry (has to be a hard job picking from so many beautiful pieces). I also entered the GTS2014 - I certainly learned what not to do. Fantastic work and blog - keep it up!