Akimbo has Left the Building

Akimbo ©2012 WTEK bronze, nickel, brass

I’ve been pretty busy this past week finishing the teapot (now named Akimbo) photographing it, sending it out to Mobilia. Also there was the newsletter to get out, emails and postcards for shows, spring show applications, and I had some home projects to redo our office space (which still isn’t completely done, but looks better just the same.)

This weekend promises to be just as busy. Tonight is First Friday in Lancaster and the PA Guild Center for American Craft is having its official opening. The Home at Last exhibition is opening and I’m sure there’ll be tours of the newly renovated space. Then on Sunday it’s Harrisburg Gallery Walk with the last of the Artist Conversations series for this year’s Art of the State exhibition. There are other openings on Sunday that I hope to get to as well, but we’ll see how much I can actually do.

What’s keeping you busy this weekend?

About Wendy Edsall-Kerwin

Metal. To many it is hard, rigid, and immovable. But metal flows, bends, and can be worked over and over again. It is both industrial and
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