Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Gorgeous scenery, Vicki!
The Folk School is a great place for photography and you really got some good shots. Maybe you are going to peek in that interesting log cabin? I hope so. I've always wanted to see inside.Sam
It looks a stunning place - such attention to detail. To see a place so cared for makes my heart sing.
oo nice...i like the sunburst in the wall too...and hte colors in those quilts....
We enjoyed each of our 4 sessions at JCFS. It always amazed me at the quality of work done by beginners in each workshop...outstanding instructors. Our last visit there we were invited to Vic Breedlove's home and studio. He is about the last of the original Brasstown Carvers. What a treasure that man is. We are looking forward to a return workshop soon.
Vicki, thank you for these additional photos of the Folk School. It seems to be a very interesting place with a fine way of combining old and new approaches to folk art.The sunburst stone wall and the blacksmith creations particularly struck my eye. Of course, those quilts are also rather amazing, and the nature...well, that's definitely the big show.xo
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