i'm dashing this off madly before robin shows up for our last day of adventure. in fact, i hear him now. i'm sharing a few more images of this incredible place, before i duck back down to travel, to head back home.
it has been a magical time, need i say?
this is jenn, for whom i am ever grateful; she directs the art district, and the tin shop guest artist studio. she fell in love with a necklace i sat quietly and constructed, by stitching antique lace onto the back of antique linen measuring tape, with talismans of wooden beaver sticks from my river, an old buddhist prayer scroll, a key. the word maybe. all very powerful stuff, which was destined in the end for jenn.
these photos are blurred and inadequate; i'm hoping the ones i took with my digital camera will be better. for now, i wanted to share what has been coming out of my heart, through my fingers, into here.
this turned out to be for amy, another kindred spirit with whom i've grandly connected. i sat and stitched and embellished a little purse that represents mountains and sky and trails or roads, the stars, all of it. i'll tell you more about this, and amy, later when there is time. robin awaits - and so does my final colorado adventure of this trip.
it has been incredible. i love you, colorado. xo