Powell’s book store sends me an email, so I was wandering through it and saw a Night of Knitting, which of course intrigues me but then because I truly believe we are the Center of All Things, I saw where an Oklahoma photographer, Angela Cash, had a showing at Powell’s Bookstore in the Basil Hallward Gallery.
The Basil Hallward Gallery is pleased to present Insomnia, a photography exhibit by Angela Cash.
Originally from Oklahoma, Angela now lives in Portland, where she works as an editorial photographer.
So as you browse the internet are you as interested or okiecentric as I?
So back to Knitting. Right now I’m obsessed with a new pattern called entrelac. Here’s some examples, http://craftlover.wordpress.com/2007/03/17/instruction-to-entrelac-knitting-with-illustrations/ I have this one with sticky notes all over it, http://knittyotter.typepad.com/otterknits/2007/03/entrelac_scarf_.html
After I learn this I can probably launch a space shuttle or take up rocket science. Anyway the book, Scarf Style, is very inspirational for all kinds of scarves including entrelac. Fortunately I had someone who helped me “live” with the pattern or I don’t think it would have happened. Thanks CB.
Knitting again has saved me.
To honor Margaret Manuel Larason, mother of Linda Edmondson (Attorney General Drew Edmondson’s wife), a collection of photographs from well-known Oklahoma Centennial photographer Mike Klemme were given to Northwestern Oklahoma State University.
Mrs. Larason was a western Oklahoma reporter, history teacher, school librarian and penned several works of county and local history. She also wrote with her daughter, “Kate Barnard: The Story of a Woman Politician,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 78 (Summer 2000), 160–81.
Quoted from the Alva Review-Courier:
“This gift of artwork is a truly wonderful addition to our new campus and is a fitting tribute to the legacy of Margaret Larason,” Janet Cunningham, university president, said. “We are grateful to all of the donors who chose to honor Mrs. Larason and Northwestern with these beautiful photographs.”
If you haven’t had a chance, you need to stop and view the pictorial work of Mike Klemme, “Celebrating Oklahoma! The Oklahoma Centennial Photographic Survey.” Also take a peek at the scumptious art work on his website. You can also find information for purchasing the book and his art.