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Episode 72: Pink Leaves

Amy Podcast


~ Queen’s Tea, pink leaves
~ the end of a journal and the power of our tools
~ Kayork at Flickr
~ Pledge Handmade site
~ Danny Gregory does pencil
~ fingerless mitts for the kids (pattern to come this week!)
~ and more… Plus, great podsafe music. (Length: 46:53 min )

Featured Podsafe Music:
Intro Clip: Jim Fidler ~ All I Really Wanted [PMN]
Ingrid Michaelson – The Way I Am [PMN]
Clayton – Whatever I Want [PNM]

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3 thoughts on “Episode 72: Pink Leaves

  1. Great show, Amy. Rather funny: the whole time you were talking about using different tools, I was thinking of Danny Gregory. And then you mentioned him.
    I gasped – gasped! – when you said, in the last podcast, that you crumpled the leaves and left them. I couldn’t believe it. What a perfect metaphor for letting outsiders control your art. You had a moment of beauty and serendipity. It delighted you. The fact that they were fake, in your mind at that moment, shouldn’t have stolen the shine from the moment.
    Really interesting parallel with that gorgeous shot of rose petals you took that day. There was a broken cup in there, but that didn’t spoil the beauty of it.

  2. Thanks for another great podcast. I am catching up on listening…
    My favorite part was talking about using what materials we have on hand and that we can still make good art with our less than favorite supplies.
    Thanks for mentioning the Danny Gregory blog post. I keep forgetting to read his blog (shame on me). His books have been so inspirational to me.
    Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

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