After what seemed like a long winter, it is rejnvenative to finally experience the exuberance of spring.
This year we have an abundance of opportunity to expand our abilities, our ideas, our materials and tools, and our circle of friends. Beginning with the Chinook workshop retreat, followed by the Silver Falls, Oregon Symposium, the Camp Brotherhood Symposium, and the Vancouver Island Symposium, our calendar is full.
The Sculptors' Cooperative is gaining momentum, in both it's structural and administrative development. I would encourage those of you who would like to help in its growth to consider becoming a hoard member Of joining one of the support committees. I would like to thank Ivan and Boris for their tireless and dedicated efforts in handling the ongoing business of the cooperative to date.
I also would like to express my appreciation to each of you who participated in our presentation at the 1996 Flower and Garden Show at the Seattle Convention Center. Our displays were enthusiastically received by the attending public and the professional design community.
Keep in touch!