it's funny how that goes. i look at your work and think there's nothing this person can't do and your comment seems so humble. and i feel like there's virtually nothing i can do compared to all these talented people here. well, i must get back to email. so very far behind....
Hi Dauvit, Thanks for your kind message! I look forward to seeing you at Open Studios, if you are able to come across. I always enjoy taking a trip to Glasgow as Glaswegians are very friendly people. The Kelvingrove Gallery is also fantastic. Anyway, have a nice day. Best wishes, Sandra.
Thank you for your kind words. I am not famialiar with the book or music you referred to- but thank you- I will look them up. The title of the piece, 'Listen the Wind' is the title of the book it is in- it was written by Anne Morrow Lindbergh.
Thank you so much for your posting about the Wallace Collection and Kevin Coates. I can't believe I lived in London for a decade (I left in '96) and never knew the Wallace Collection existed. I love your architectural pieces. If I ever make it back to Glasgow I'll have to stop in and say Hey!
I read your recent blog and was excited to see images at the National Museum of Scotland. Would you have any other suggestions of historic or contemporary metals/jewelry to see in Edinburgh? I will be there in June and would love to see what is there. Thanks! Sue
Haha, I should've known you'd be one step ahead of me- I'm so pleased that you'll be participating! I know whatever you decide to submit will be good, whether it's a new series or already made: whatever works best for you! The deadline isn't til June, though, so you've got plenty of time to decide :) What exciting news about the commission! Will you be allowed to post about it when it's finished? I'd love to know what it's all about when the time is right.
O wow! Thx for delivering the good news! This made my day! Thx so much for the encouragement! I'm so happy because Michael Bernard is my professor at my school and I feel a great honor to be featured along with him!