Sunday, February 23, 2014

daughter mother

 April was home last week. 
She packed a lot in.
While on Manitoulin, she visited her grampa, skied with her dad, planned her June wedding, and saw my shows in Sudbury.   She photographed Manitoulin barns.
She joined in with the group who went into the city to visit the art galleries.
cloud of time by Judy Martin, embroidery floss, damask, artist canvas, 2014
 She photographed me. 
I photographed her. 

12 comments:

Dolores said...

Sounds just like my girls when they live(d) far away. Packing a lot into a very little bit of time. Lovely photos.

Ms. said...

Nice.

Margaret said...

Lovely, all the way 'round. :-)

Jennifer said...

How wonderful. Smiling here.

wholly jeanne said...

these are treasured times.

Lesley Turner said...

mother+daughter time is so precious for the whole family

wholly jeanne said...

PS: and the timer in the background? so poignant.

wholly jeanne said...

Oh, and the richly seasoned barn boards and the images in the mirror behind her. Those, too.

Judy Martin said...

I had thought about cropping the timer out, Jeanne, but it didn't give enough of her and her arm's gesture...so I left it in. Told myself that the timer is an object that represents many things. The primary thing is that I always have it close - I use my timer to give myself permission to be creative or to rest.
Hope that makes sense.
xx

Montse Llamas said...

I love how you speak about your daughters, Judy.

Nat Palaskas said...

She looks gentle and beautiful!

Grace Martin said...

she is gentle and beautiful, just like her mother :)