Carol Law Conklin and I have been trying to have lunch together since the Bedlam Farm Open House in June. Today we sat eating outside at the Round House Cafe and Kim McMillan, on her lunch break from the Co-op, joined us. Carol and Kim got to know each other because they both had their work in the June exhibit in my School House Studio. And in October they’ll both have their work there again. Carol’s has a show at the Saratoga Arts Council right now and is always making more of her beautiful batiks. You can see some of them on her website Amity Farm Batiks. Kim will have some of her new hand bags.
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I think it is wonderful how your open houses have brought together creative individuals and helped to provide a venue for their work. And isn’t it nice to see the connections form. Like a web of creativity that you have helped to build.