The Handwork teacher

I am a mother to two beautiful girls and I teach Handwork and Fine Arts in our local waldorf charter school in Arizona.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

playing in NY with friends from Sunbridge

The Met

do you know how many strokes of paint is in this inch? about 60!

I was able to down load my pics so now you get to see what we were up to


Kim H. said...

Hi Suzanne,
I teach handwork in a small Waldorf-inspired school in northern New York state. I am seeking a handwork "mentor" type person to help me and I stumbled on your blog. Would you be interested in being an email resource for me? It would mostly involve answering questions and giving me ideas. Thanks! Kim H.

Teaching Handwork said...

Kim are you trying to ask me (teaching Handwork mom?)
my name is not Suzanne if so....who is Suzanne? :) it's a nice name

Kim H. said...

Oh Sorry, yes, I am trying to ask you! I'm not a blogger so I guess I got mixed up and thought you were Suzanne!

Lisa Anne said...

Looks like you ladies are having so much fun!!

Our family is thinking about moving to the Fellowship community, we have been so lonely working on the farm here. There is a whole missing element here; service to other striving human beings. So I am going to volunteer for a couple of weeks this fall to check it out more in depth. Thanks for sharing all your photos.

woolladyfelter said...

Welcome home. What great fun we had in the city!

Teaching Handwork said...

Kim you are welcome to email me any time you want. Familyborn at hotmail

FairiesNest said...

Don't you love art museums?! I could spend days in the Met!

woolies said...

ahhhhhh Van Gogh! The Met! NYC!
WHAT am I doing in the desert!?!

Kim K said...

I so enjoy your site and look to it for ideas and help with projects to do for myself and my little one. Pleasantly surprised to read about your trip to NY and see the parkway sign for Pleasantville ---- my hometown!!!
Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas and skills. I just wish my children could be in your class. Have a great year.

Teaching Handwork said...

Kim K
next year you should come have tea with us at Sunbridge and visit the craft studio. they sell wonderful things there and the toy shop is amazing!