|Guests at the Opening of Two Sides to Every Story, 10/9/10|
Last winter, Martha was at my old studio and we got to talking about ideas for our work and found we both had similar interests in aprons. I suggested that we regroup in 2010 and see where we were. We met soon after my move, brainstormed a variety of ideas, and came up with the name Two Sides to Every Story. We set a date for and October show and started working.
Neither of us were overly aware of what the other was working on. And when Martha dropped by to hang the show, we were both amazed at how well everything worked together and at the differences in our vision of the apron.
|Martha on the day of the hanging.|
|Me, in front of our work.|
|No Sew Fiber Workshop Participants with Instructor, Martha C. Hall, 10/24/10|
|Martha and Me Talking to Guests.|
|Martha Talking to Guests.|
|Martha and her Friend.|
|Lee Goldberg (my husband), Me, Don and Adele Sirota (Lee's aunt and uncle)|
|Ibbie Boehnke (my aunt), Me, Martha Traill Schaeffer (my mom and successful jewelry artist).|
Stay tuned for another post in the next few days about an apron sharing event she and I are hosting on November 20th at the gallery.