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Thursday, 15 March 2012

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The grass is greener on the other side? I like to go away for workshops so it is a vacation. But I really enjoyed Keith LoBue last year and use a lot of what he taught us. I seem to recall there were a few out-of-towners for that also.

Maybe you just don't live in an artsy/crafty area??? But i think its wonderful you are offering these classes. Do you advertise differently locally?? Like flyers or newspaper ads or just on the internet??Hugs! deb

I think for a lot of artists - especially those with family commitments - it's important to get away from home to be able to devote themselves fully to the experience. You have the whole weekend that way, instead of a 6 hour blocks of time interrupted by making dinner, seeing to the kids and/or pets, etc. And you have the travel time to prepare for the total art immersion to come.
Erin

Erin

I think we live in a pretty artsy-craftsy area. We need to get your word out more.

Ginny have you checked out this blog?
maguyuko-yuko.blogspot.com/

She is local

I wish I were local!!! I'd be there in a flash!

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