That's me. My phrase was "She is... Changing with the Seasons." I was wearing some quilter's batting to look like snow, a handful of tulips and mask style makeup that went from purple to blue to turquoise around my eyes. Those photos came from my husband's cell phone.
The following three photos taken by Frank Doherty.
Ashley with her lovely lashes and peacock feathers in her hair. She and her friend were "birds of a feather"
Laura, "She is... as unique as a snowflake!"
This is Barbara, "She is... mysterious." She's also really good at creating cool poses!
The following two photographs from Charles Garratt, photographer for the project.
Jill, Ashley and Juliette
Three frames with three live models in the display window.
Ashley, Juliette and Barbara
Ginger Ferrel did such a great job creating the "set" for us in the window!
These final photographs also from Frank Doherty.
This is the only shot I have so far of all four frames, this shows the whole display window and some of folks who came to watch from the sidewalk. The gallery is on a corner with a stoplight, and so we had a captive audience each time the light turned red!
I also have an art quilt on display in the show for the next two months. It's titled "Feed the Glow" and I'll never forget how much creating this quilt enveloped me in the creative process. For a few hours in a row I was able to shut out the big bad world and find a place that was creative and wonderful and very much my own. I think this piece will always have a special place in my heart for that reason. I've never created anything like it before or since.