Sunday, August 01, 2010



When I last posted, several of you asked for a picture of "The Key to Centering" with a person in it, so that you could gain a better perspective.  So here it is!  Our "Vanna" in the photo is my dear friend Polly.  She and her husband Jeff are our friends, who asked me to create this piece for them.  By all reports, they love it, which makes me very happy!

We spent the past couple of days in Atlanta.  It was Downtown Restaurant Week, so we dined at F.A.B. (French American Brasserie) on Thursday evening.  Friday day was filled with errand running and taking in "The Kids Are All Right" at the Tara.  I really enjoyed the movie, and felt like many of the issues dealt with are common in any marriage, be it hetero or homosexual.  If you've seen it, I'd love to hear your opinion.  On Friday night, a gang of us got together for dinner at Doc Chey's in Virginia Highlands and then enjoyed Joan Baez under the stars at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.  She was fabulous, as always, and totally inspirational.

A great time was had by all, and now I am home and trying to get back into the fiber 'work' groove!  Hope to have a picture of my latest piece when I next stay tuned! 

as always, thanks for stopping by



Eva Hagbjärn said...

Seems like you had a couple of lovely days down town.
The wall hanging is really big - and beautiful.


Diana Parkes said...

I love the way the chair back designs are reflected in your wall piece. Well placed in situ. Great piece.

Gerrie said...

It looks fabulous! Thank you for doing this for me. It really puts it in perspective and shows that it is much grander than one would think without.

I doubt that I will get to see that movie in the theater. One of my best friends here said the same thing you said about it.

Jeannie said...

Wow Judy! Not only is that beautiful, it is huge!!! Have a great week!

Carol said...

Stunning work, and great to see it in situ and with the human pespective. A great achievement Judy dear, can't wait to see the next one. Back to work now...

Rayna said...

The piece is lovely, Judy and oh, my - it is big!

I have heard the movie is excellent from not only the reviews but from people who have seen it. It's on my list.

Finally - Joan Baez - my hero from the 1950's. She was beautiful then and is still beautiful. Lucky you.
As always, your adventures in downtown Atlanta are a pleasure to read about.