by Lynn Mohney of Prunella’s Workshop
About a year ago, I first joined Boston Handmade. I learned I was accepted into this fantastic group of artisans in the morning only moments after learning I had received my first rejection to an art show. The next monthly Boston Handmade meeting was scheduled for the evening in Jamaica Plain. I had never been to JP, to the best of my knowledge, but I put my shoes on and headed out. Two and a half hours later, I finally reached my destination, a warm friendly home, with Diane of Lady Dye Fiber Arts to greet me.
|Diane of Lady Dye Fiber Arts Eclectic Cowl|
A lot has changed since then. It has been over a year from the day I made the bold move of leaving a steady paying job to pursue my art as my full-time business. I have made a few small but repairable mistakes here and there, as I continue to learn and grow. I started off a bit in the dark; however, the day I joined Boston Handmade I was no longer alone in my endeavors.
Cristina of Cristina Hurley Jewely Design Orange CZ and fire opal Galaxy Necklace
|Bev of Linkoture's Simple Wedding Necklace Sterling Silver|