Tuesday, July 07, 2009


Lace Camp starts next week and yesterday April and I drove to Gore Bay for a lesson in bobbin lace from the camp founder, Tini Pel. We also visited the Gore Bay museum where two art exhibits are up for the summer. Malgorzata Wolak Dault's watercolous of strewn carnations may have inspired me to paint again.

We stopped in to see my work at the Perivale gallery in Spring Bay and visit with the owner, Sheila McMullan.

It was a lovely way to spend time with my daughter. Shown are the lacy doors and windows seen last spring in Paris with Ned.


  1. Judy, I'm so enjoying your blog - the handstitching and the wax and all! the sense of energy and focus... the glimpses of canadian scenery too

  2. i really find it interesting that the lightness of lace and the heaviness of architecture are combined here.


Thank you for taking the time to connect. Much appreciated.xx