|Nightblooming, 5.5 x 4", fiber ©2013 K.Hambric|
A summer return to State College, PA.
A respite from the summer heat in Charleston, SC.
Today's temperature in Pennsylvania - 89. In Charleston 84.
I'm sure the proper order of things will come about soon.
I'm back to using fiber for the summer. The vast majority of my paints and paper, and most other necessary items, are still in Charleston. My fabrics, threads, beads and sewing machines remain here in Pennsylvania. I've chosen to work mainly with scraps this summer and create very small pieces. I would rather be working with my paints and papers and be creating with happier colors, but here we are.
I'm trying my best to have fun with these pieces. Sometimes fun for me can be a bit dark. I'm not creating as readily and prolifically as I planned. Perhaps it is the result of having only darker colors to begin with?
While I am enjoying a quiet summer here, I'm trying my best NOT to count down to the end of summer. Exactly one month. School starts down there for my daughter in mid-August (yes, southern people ARE crazy), so we will be thrust back in the land of heat and bright color in just four weeks.
I'm trying to convince myself to go into the studio and play around with my dark, earthy fabrics. It is quite hot. Especially in the attic studio.