Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Dreaming in silk

On Bank Holiday Monday, Catherine and I ran a creative retreat up at Corrymeela. Silk artist, Pauline Edmiston, who works with the Church of Scotland, used the silks to lead us through a reflection on our dreams and prayers in the morning, and then we made our own individual silk piece after lunch. It was an extraordinary day. Lots of photos below, but here is a link to our Hookery blog where Heather writes of her experiences on the day. I can't put it any better.



















5 comments:

Pom Pom said...

Oh, it sounds WONDERFUL, Mags! What a life-giving, faith-building event! Thank you for sharing it with us!

Angela said...

Utterly mindblowingly beautiful !

Fat Dormouse said...

It sounds truly inspirational. How wonderful.

M.K. said...

That looks like SO much fun, Mags! I wish I could go. I wish I could go with you and Pom and Gretchen and ... everybody :) Glad you could enjoy it!! The silk is absolutely stunning.There must be lots of spiritual lessons from working with it.

Kezzie said...

That is so so gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!x