Friday, February 22, 2013
A Quilt about Evil
This was an assignment to photograph evil. We did it in a darkened room with a flashlight under his chin. My original thought was to photograph a burnt out church. The problem was finding a burnt out church.
Anyhow now evil lives as a quilt.
This week has seen two newsletters started and finished, the last one went off to the printer today.
TAA has been very active, we are working on annual luncheon plans and a celebration of the opening of the Textile Gallery at Cleveland Museum of Art this June. The last of CMA's galleries go online this fall. The galleries that have opened are magnificent. And interactive. You can go through the galleries and use your ipad to get information on the art. No ipad? CMA rents them for $5 a day. Since I am ipad-less, I would have to rent. But I do enough on the computer to enjoy my time without it. If I see something I like I write the name down and go home and research it. Like Lee Bontecou. Now how did we get here from a quilt about evil?