I think I've mentioned before that one of the wonderful things about doing a workshop is the people you meet there. You not only learn from the teacher, but also from your classmates who have embarked in the same journey as you; to find inspiration, learn and get rid of all those ideas that need to come out.
This is the perfect moment for all of that, and much more. To talk about artists you love and learn about the ones you have never heard before. To show off your stash of fabric, and eat a biscuit or two (ok, maybe 10, or 20).
So without further ado, I'll show you some of the beautiful work that was created during the workshop.
Unfortunately I can't show you more work from my classmates. A little incident with someone in the group, made me rethink my curious attitude towards everyone's work. It is the first time that something like this has happened, as every time people have been very kind and open with their work.
So it blew me off a bit, but my thoughts are always: "Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle." But I also don't think you should be carrying your battle everywhere you go, and making everyone a part of it.
I hope you LOVE the work above as much as I did.
I send you all the best wishes for a happy Easter, may you find yourself surrounded by family and friends, and lots of chocolate eggs.
Lots of love,
P:S: Just FYI, I never take pictures without permission, ever. The incident above is someone who didn't want me to see their work. I say this because a lot of people have been asking me if it is because the person didn't want me to take a picture of their work.