Life has been busy, so many things to do in the last few months there has been very little free time.I hung my exhibition in February at 'The Gap Vineyard' as part of Grampians Texture. The workshops were well attended, but the Grampians fires seems to make many nervous. The weather was beautiful and thanks to everyone who went along to see my exhibition.
Grampians Arts Trail is held over the Easter long weekend. It is the busiest time of the year in the Grampians and the area comes alive with visitors. I participated this year and my exhibition was included in the brochure. I went out over three days demonstrating tapestry weaving and talking to visitors. It was fun and there were over 400 people come through over the weekend. These two emu's walked in through the front entrance and spent the weekend looking for the exit. The vineyard is surrounded by a deer proof fence. It was decided to leave my exhibition up during the Grampians Grape Escape held in May. The vineyard held a dinner at the winery on the Friday night. I had lots of visitors during the time my exhibition was on. Sadly I only missed by a few minutes some people who had traveled from Hamilton to meet me. I have no idea who they were and Laura told me that a lot of people had come especially to see my work. Thanks to all for the support and positive feed back. It will be a long time before I have a solo exhibition again. Life is full of other priorities at the moment.