Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Dinner at Eight Artists Interview, etc.

Spring is busting out all over in my back yard.  This is the one time of the year that the Hawthorns look glorious.

And in the atrium, too. I can never remember what these orange beauties are called. Anyone?
Check out our resident lizard. Or is it lizards? We've been seeing them every day, and they seem to hang out in this woodpile. Unfortunately, we recently used up all the firewood, so the lizard or lizards have scattered.

Matilda has come home! This mounted photo was shown at quilt festivals in Houston, Long Beach, and Cincinnati, as part of the "Eye of the Quilter" photography exhibit. She's lying down on a bit of handprinted fabric. Always getting in on the photo.

And be sure to go to the Dinner at Eight Artists blog to check out all the artists' interviews. I am interviewed today. http://dinnerateightartists@


Stacy Hurt said...

Beautiful flowers! The orange are called Clivia. And Welcome Home Matilda!

Cindy Cooksey said...

Thanks! Clivia, clivia, clivia. I think that's your page open in the mixed media book.

Cindy Cooksey said...

By the way, for some reason the entire blog website didn't come through on the post. It's actually http://dinnerateightartists@blogspot.com
Also it's on my list of Creative Souls on the right.