Inside the Green Building on the Union Street Canal, magic happened. It was here that the workshop was held, and for nine hours a day we filled our brains with an overwhelming amount of knowledge. Max, Margaux, Jesse and Whitney were the best teachers. The kind that encourage questions, aren’t afraid to look supergoofy (Whitney!) and gladly share their secrets.
Learning from people I’ve long admired felt truly special. And now I can’t wait to get to work.
I’m attending a workshop this week taught by some truly talented artists.* My brain is on overdrive, flooded with endless information and inspiration.
This Red Hook sunset, accompanied by blood orange margaritas and fish tacos, was the perfect way to wind down after such a stimulating day. I love it here.
*Max Wanger, Margaux Elliot, and Jesse and Whitney Chamberlain of Our Labor of Love. They are all so great.
Thanks to this talented fellow, Everyday Musings has a pretty new logo. Inspired by a vintage floral postage stamp because this is, in fact, my love letter to Charleston. Or wherever in the world I am.
Hailey’s documentary, The Garden Summer, is officially premiering at the rad American Theater on February 22. There will be farm cocktails in ball jars and lots of giddy, wonderful people. Purchase tickets here (seats are limited!) and learn more about the film here.
*Photos from our road trip to the farm last spring.
I’m in love with these clever Christmas cards Zac makes — the perfect comedic accompaniment to any gift.
(I can’t look at Serious Santa’s face without giggling.)
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