Of course Spring arrived back on March 20 but the Leap Year must have confused her because there's still snow on the ground and Easter seemed a little early. I know it's not that unusual in upstate New York but still ... As promised, I've posted some images of a new piece. His name is Mac A. Runne. He's currently on exhibit at the Alaska Fiber Festival in Anchorage. This year their theme was "Half-Baked Alaska," hence his name and meringue-like hat. He has a certain Inuit look about him. He'll be traveling back home soon. It will be nice to see him again. He was fun to create. There have been geese flying and robins arriving. So I guess that the real Spring is just around the corner. T.S. Eliot called April "the cruelest month."
I don't think so. It's simply a transition and change is usually unsettled. I am looking forward to creating some new work and as always will put it up when it's finished.
"If you want to be creative, stay in part a child, with the creativity and invention that characterizes children before they are deformed by adult society." - Jean Piaget