Each of us at Art Camp for Women are going to make an effort to post some of our own art as a way of sharing ourselves with you.
Sharing for me is a way of being. I believe I exist in what I share, whether it is conversation, art or food. I . . . → Read More: Why I Do Art Journaling
Why Culinary Art?
To bring the warm and inviting camaraderie of camp home.
When we first organized camp we had no idea how important our meals would become. Well, being women we knew the meals were important, but we truly did not appreciate how central to the camp experience they would become. Every mealtime we . . . → Read More: Danish Puff
Post from Lorri Flint, Fiber Artist
I have a number of unfinished projects lurking around my house. I know I'm not alone, right??? When my fiber art group, Uncommon Cloth, met for our annual retreat in Frasier, Colorado, we identified "completing unfinished projects" as one of our goals for the coming year.
Before we get too . . . → Read More: Unfinished Project #1 – 1940’s Flour Sack Dish Towel