Thursday, October 7, 2010

Sedona Studio Tours (part 2)

The Sedona adventure continues. First with a few more scenic views


Our next stop on the tour was my favorite - the home studio of Margaret Anderson, a fiber artist who does hand painted, quilted wallhangings. Her use of color and technique were exquisite and very inspiring. We asked her if she’d like to come down to a Mavericks meeting and talk to the group or do a class. Oh my gosh, I love Margaret's work! I was completely inspired! See

Margaret Anderson


Yours truly with Margaret

And finally, we found our way to the studio of Nancy Robb Dunst who creates mixed fiber and installation art. Her installations are very clever and intriguing and make you think. It was pretty cool to drive up to her place and see this painted outhouse, ummm that's port-a-potty for you younger folks, in her front yard.

Inside the outhouse.

Nancy Robb Dunst
Sheila, Myra, Nancy



Mary, Myra, Sheila
Mary, me, Sheila

We enjoyed all of our visits with the artists and their gracious way of sharing themselves and their art with us. Such a fun time!

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