Monday, August 9, 2010

An Artful Journey February 2011

It's registration time for An Artful Journey 2011. If you are thinking of an in-depth workshop in a fabulous setting this might be the venue for you. Of course I am curious to see if my offerings are as tempting to others as they are to me. Some of the other workshops would interest me if I were not working. Check out the website, it might be just the thing to brighten your winter next year. http://www.anartfuljourney.com/retreats/feb2011/index.html

There is a lot going on in my life, it feels as layered and colorful as the paste paper I make.

But out of chaos some things come together, kind of like a book. So I have been getting the teaching jobs lined up for next year, designing new workshops, and working on my house. I will be moving in at the end of the month. YAY for team Albie, who are working like crazy people.

Oh, and the guest book I complained about in the previous blog entry that I made for my niece's wedding was a hit, as was the event itself. We had so much fun for three glorious days. The families really played together and got to know each other. My niece, her parents and her friends did an amazing job creating the most romantic wedding I have ever attended. Life is full, rich and fun. Oh, and it's work and that is fun too.

5 comments:

The Creative Beast said...

Hello Albie! I met you at the retreat last year and LOVED your books! I am looking forward to attending the retreat again and will be sure to bring $$ to buy one of your books. You do amazing work!!

Lotus said...

Glad to hear the album and the party were a success! I would love to attend the Art Journey, but alas, I can't take time off work. Good luck with you classes! Your paper is amazing and I'm sure your classes will fill up, no problem!
Take it easy
Lotus

Cindy Woods O'Leary said...

Yes, I wish I could be a student too, but somebody has to do the organizing...lol! Can't wait to have you back--we'll have a grand time! (And I hope you have a guest room for me in your new abode...coming soon) xoxo

Cindy Woods O'Leary said...

Yes, I wish I could be a student too, but somebody has to do the organizing...lol! Can't wait to have you back--we'll have a grand time. Good luck on the move-in! xoxo

Laurie said...

I was thrilled to get my confirmation for your class at An Artful Journey. Of course, I should have, since I registered at exactly 9:00 a.m. the first day! It will be my 50th birthday present to myself. I feel so lucky!

Laurie
http://slowlysheturned.net