Friday, April 20, 2012
Please join Stone Soup Kitchen (my brother-in-law is part owner) & Cabbagetown Glass & Clay Works for their Empty Bowls fund raiser. Empty Bowls benefits the Trinity Women & Children's Shelter which is dedicated to rescuing women and their children from homelessness, substance abuse and poverty. Buy a handmade bowl and cup for only $30.00 and Stone Soup Kitchen will fill it up! $5.00 for refills.
Silent auction/raffle includes: signed Jason Heyward baseball, paintings by me (pictured above--you'll never get my work cheaper) and Suzie Eifrid and much much more!
If you don't want to pay the 30 bucks then just come by for a drink and hang out with stars of stage and screen, my sister and brother-in-law, Catherine Dyer and Jason MacDonald!! And me-for part of the evening.
Saturday, April 21st
6:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m.
584 Woodward Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30312
Great (& usable) art, great food & a great cause!
Posted by Margaret Dyer at Friday, April 20, 2012
Thursday, April 19, 2012
This is a demonstration I began Monday evening at the Atlanta Artists Center, and completed today. It was a good crowd Monday night, and a fun evening. Thank you, AAC.
I teach a 3 day workshop in Winter Park, FL, May 4-6. There are a few spaces left, which I'd love to fill. Anybody interested, let me know, or contact Orit Reuben at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Margaret Dyer at Thursday, April 19, 2012
Saturday, April 7, 2012
People keep asking me about the house. My loan is still in underwriting. Closing should be April 20, if all goes well. Right now I'm getting occasional phone calls from Wells Fargo, asking me to send a letter to the explaining this or that, then silence. I've exhausted myself with worrying, so I'm beyond that now. Just waiting for a "Congratulations..." or "We regret to inform you..." letter. You'll hear as soon as I do.
Meanwhile, my last blog post about my upcoming France workshop did the trick. Last slot filled by Katie, who was with us last year. What fun! Katie and I may go a few days early, to join up with Alice, who also went last year, to roam around France before the class. See what fun this could be? Maybe you can try next year.
Have a wonderful Passover and Easter, all of you.
Posted by Margaret Dyer at Saturday, April 07, 2012