Friday, April 25, 2014

Off the Wall Friday - A Word From Andy




Because I've been under the weather all week - I'll just act as host today!  But  as encouragement, I still thought I would share some of my favorite quotes from my pinterest boards.  I find myself turning to them time and time again for inspiration.  



These are from one of my favorite Pennsylvanian Artists - Andy Warhol.  If you haven't gotten a chance to visit the Andy Warhol  Museum in Pittsburgh, I would highly suggest it.



Don't worry, with a little rest, I'll be good as new!  I have a ton to get done in my studio!



So what have you been up to creatively?

9 comments:

meta said...

Get well, soon!

Chris said...

Sorry to hear you have been under the weather. I have been sick, too. Hard to work on quilting when you don't feel well. I am from Pittsburgh. Several years ago on a very cold and windy day we walked across the bridge from downtown to the museum. You can imagine how cold that was walking across a bridge in Pittsburgh in the winter. The museum was great and he was quite a character!

Teresa at thirdfloorquilts.com said...

Nina: Thanks for the Andy quotes! Just what I needed today!!! Feel better soon.

Linda M said...

Hope you are feeling better, love the quotes.

Linda M said...

Hope you are feeling better, love the quotes.

Linda A. Miller said...

Great quotes. May you feel better soon!

Susan Being Snippy said...

A Long time ago, I did believe that what I made was art and it didn't matter about what other people thought of it, and it is only recently -- since this year began that I have regained that perspective! Thanks for the A.Warhol quote! I think it helps me along the way!

Teresa at thirdfloorquilts.com said...

Do you have any experience with blog posts disappearing? I posted yesterday and linked up here. I know the post was there. Today this post and lots of older posts have disappeared. Just wondered if you or any of your readers have any suggestions.

Amy Johnson said...

Hope you feel better quickly! Thanks for hosting the linky. Now to go make my 'art'.....