Our friends at Creative Journey Studios moved to a new location and are having a grand opening weekend party!
If you never visited the gallery you should. They have an impressive polymer clay collection, great work and supplies for sale and awesome classes.
And in February 2019 you’ll have a chance to see the next iteration of Into the Forest. YES! We’ll be installing the Forest in the gallery.
More information coming soon!
In the mean time go celebrate with Sue and Ellen the re-opening, it sure looks like it’s going to be fun!
As promised, we are making available the extra pages we added to the second printing of the catalog. The link below is a printable high resolution pdf. So if you bought the first edition, print the extra pages to have the full experience. Enjoy!
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We were very excited when Tim Fabian, a Pittsburgh photographer, showed up with his Gigapan tripod! He took 3 panoramas of the installation. We hope they give you a sense of how it felt being there with us.
You can zoom in and out and move around, follow the links and check them out!
Deep in the Forest and Aviary
Lollipop Trees and Meadow
Order your expanded version of the Into The Forest catalog, with 10 additional pages of images from the installation! It is full color, 50 pages long, and it measures 8.5″ x 12″. Cost is $35, which includes shipping (within the US and internationally). If you order by December 20, they will be included with the first shipment, which we expect to be shipped right after Christmas.
**For those who purchased the first edition, we will be making a printable high-resolution pdf of the additional pages available to you.
The closing weekend for the Into the Forest Installation was this past weekend. The previous posts gave you an overview of the installation, but it is the individual elements that are at the heart of the forest. At every turn you could find an interesting leaf, insect or pod. Here are some close-ups taken during that final weekend.
Looking up – Insects and butterflies.
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