End of the Season at Snow Farm

Oct 26 2009
I just came back home from Snow Farm Craft Program, where I taught a wireworking workshop.  It was the last weekend workshop of this year, and this week is the last weeklong Adult Intensive session.  It's always bittersweet to see the end of the season for it means winter is coming, and I have to wait 6 months before I can go back to Snow Farm.   I had 9 students in my workshop so it was a full class, and there was 60 students for all workshops, making it a very lively weekend.     I finished up by leaving some of my jewelry for the famous Seconds Sale that Snow Farm hosts every November.  Then I cleaned out and closed up the metal studio so that it is ready for winter.  Since I was on top of what we needed for supplies and tools, thanksfully there will not be as much new supplies or tools to be ordered for the 2010 session.   I've been appointed the Metals Tech by Pat Bennett, who is Supply Coordinator ( and a great artist as well) for Snow Farm.   I'm sorry that this year's session is almost over but looking forward to next year.  In the meantime, go enjoy finding great artwork at reasonable prices at the Snow Farm Seconds Sale -  http://www.snowfarm.org/secondssale.html.

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