On our way home we stopped off in Montgomery to visit Tina of Indigo Moon. She is having her first art exhibition in the local Old Bell Museum gallery.
We were amazed at how many wonderful assemblage pieces and multi media pictures Tina has created. We knew she had been busy working away in her art room for months but we had no idea how many little works of art she had created!
I often check out the art exhibitions in the gallery but have never seen one with so many lovely pictures - large and small, along with pretty little brooches and tiny moleskine journals. Tina's artwork even extends to individually handmade business cards.
If you can manage a trip to Montgomery, it is well worth a visit.
Today the sun was shining on this pretty little town and it looked as if it had stepped off the front of a chocolate box. Flower tubs and hanging baskets are everywhere, making the town look cheerful and welcoming. Normally we would have stopped at one of the charming town cafes for a coffee but we were in a rush today.
M has been busy making items for her Etsy shop. She is determined to develop her artistic and crafting skills and hopes to sell some of her lovely ideas.
She was also very impressed with my washing line of little dresses. Wipso and I thought we might manage a total of 50 but I have a feeling we will be nearer 100 when we finish, judging by the amount of fabric we have to work on. A big, big thank you to all those who have taken the time to post little fabric parcels to us. We promise we will use it wisely and creatively to make as many little frocks as we can for the little African girls.