Here are some more photos of my students' colorful bowls from the Winter EC art show, if you'd like to see. They turned out really great, I think.
Monday, January 6, 2014
Saturday, January 4, 2014
On our way back from Wisconsin, we stopped in Bloomington for a couple days for more family-holiday-fun-times. As usual, I took a lot of photos of Maya and not much else.
Her "ha" (hat) was very exciting to take n and off.
We also got to see Michal and Frank's new gigantic studio space they built on their land. It will be a wood shop, a metalsmith shop, a gallery, a glass studio, and a photo studio. Did I mention how huge it is? This room is going to be the metalsmith shop:
The wood shop will be the front room of the building. Frank already brought in a lot of his fancy wood:
We also got to check out the downtown area of Bloomington, which we never managed to make time for on previous visits.
Friday, January 3, 2014
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
We travelled to Wisconsin for a few days over the holidays. It was -14 degrees, but I have to admit the freshly fallen snow was beautiful.
I even bought myself some Badger gear to show my spirit.
We got to see Adam and take unflattering photos.
Lily acted totally adorable.
I found another reason to be impressed with Wyn - his long-term puzzle attention span.
Here is my mom-made cake:
And then we headed to Indiana. More photos soon...
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
The past couple weeks have been crazy with gathering release forms, collecting art, and finding creative/cheap/landlord-approved ways to display it in our space. We are especially excited about the Community Portrait Quilt, which is basically a huge wall of self portraits from each EC student we serve. I hope lots of families come - the kids are always so proud to see their work in a "gallery"...
Friday, December 6, 2013
Remnants of a confetti party to celebrate a kid's successful treatment on the PMBT unit:
Darby waiting for Eli to bring back to the coffee:
Bright fall leaves in our yard:
Playful bowls made by young clients:
My dad (with his orchids) working in his home office: