Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Photo Series On Enjoying Life: Part III

Photography by So Does Estella

A Photo Series On Enjoying Life Part III

First off, thank you so much for all of the love surrounding the Pip & Estella pop-up shop! It has been a true labor of love. Each day I realize just how much I love my job! It gives me the chance to branch out into all of the areas that I truly enjoy.

This Thursday I had the pleasure of teaching a photo styling course at the Textile Arts Center in Manhattan as a part of fellow creative, Karen Young's (Hammocks and High Tea) small business courses. The students were amazingly creative and in turn they inspired me! This is what life is all about.

If you haven't been to the Textile Arts Center in Manhattan, you should definitely add it to your Fall list of things to do. It's a truly amazing space (as evidenced by the installations above) and great place for creative enrichment for disciplines spanning beyond fiber arts.

Will you be taking any classes this season? Or even self- teaching perhaps?


Jo said...

Your teaching gig sounds pretty awesome! Is there anything you're not into? Busy lady! I love it!!
As for taking classes this season, I'm going a different route....not taking something in my field. I'm expanding my creativity by taking guitar lessons. I'm loving learning to play the blues. I guess you could say that the blues make me happy. ;)
Congrats on your pop up shop. I checked out the new site for your looks great!!

Sana said...

@jo :) hey friend!!! thank you. why does it not surprise me that you are delving into music, miss?!! congrats. i'm going to be living through you for a while. i've always wanted to learn to play the guitar but sadly i didn't catch on. hope you can share some bluesy goodness with us on Thank You And Good Nite! xoxox

Susan said...

You are a busy lady, and congrats on the Pop-Up Shop success! :)

Sana, So Does Estella said...

@Susan Thank you. I miss you, my dear! I'll be over soon to check on life at Fleurishing! If I'm lucky, I'll actually be able to get to Philly!

Danielle {freshquince} said...

I'm going...DC also has a petite Textile Museum that you may enjoy. I went 2 years ago and had a lovely time. Also so wish I could have enjoyed a glass taught by you...sounds so encouraging, positive, creative and fun!

Sana said...

@danielle thank you! i would have loved to have you. i hope to be in DC in early 2012 to see friends - will look you up! maybe we can go together. you've been on my mind lately as I'm on the mad hunt for the perfect dining chairs :)

smallburst said...

Wow! I would love to sit in your class. I was just perusing your shop. You always have so much goodness in there. Hope you're having a great holiday.