Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The Quilter Magazine article--March 2010

In November 2009 my good friend Lucy Fazely contacted me saying she was invited to write an article "about a talented machine quilter" for The Quilter Magazine. How thrilled I was that she considered me that person and interviewed me for the article. This took place just before I was to leave for a dream workshop at Caryl Bryer Fallert's Paducah studio and also just before my husband was scheduled for brain surgery for relief of his severe Parkinson's symptoms. So when the March 2010 article came out in January 2010, I was pleased that my rattled state was not apparent, thanks to Lucy's skilled writing. (The surgery went well and we think he shows some improvement.)
How exciting it is to see one's artwork in print and be able to share this news with friends and family. Events like this also give us a chance to think deeply about what we do and why we do it and put those thoughts into words. Our creative endeavors are essential to our emotional wellbeing, and having the fruits of our labors printed so colorfully--well, it is just too rewarding for words!


Kay Behm said...

Congratulations, Martha!

Rosemary@semo.net said...

It looks wonderful, Martha. Glad things are going a little better for your spouse.

Katmandu9112 said...

Congratulation! Your use of color is stunning.

Anonymous said...

I got me a copy! It is such a wonderful article! Your pieces look really beautiful and I can't wait to get a scanner so I can write about it on my blog.
Love you!