Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Residency in Mendocino, CA
Mendocino Art Center, MAC) during an artist residency this past February. It was such a gift to be able to have a beautiful, huge, well-lit (with a view of the ocean!), and well-appointed (thanks to the wonderful Linda Cloonan) fiber studio all to myself, 24/7. My time on the headlands allowed me to begin a new body of work combining clay and fiber, which I'm currently scaling up in my studio. It truly was heaven on earth. Artist residencies are incredibly valuable, and possibly necessary, in order to have uninterrupted time to bring ideas to fruition. Also, I met some amazing people — fellow artists, Art Center staff, locals/neighbors, and workshop attendees. The opportunity to teach a Botanical Vessels using Pre-Felts class was a bonus. Thank you to all the people at MAC for this incredible opportunity and for your deep commitment to artists and art making. I hope to teach another workshop at MAC in 2021, so stay tuned!
Posted by Kim Buchheit at 10:52 AM 1 comment:
Labels: artist in residency, Botanical VESSELS FELTING WORKSHOP, California, Felting Workshop with Kim Buchheit, fiber artist, fiber arts workshops, Fiber Studio, Mendocino, Mendocino Art Center
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