Here and (T)Here Gallery 4
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Our final gallery displaying all the submitted post cards! Which one is your favorite?

Margaret Jones to Ama Wertz
Hi Ama, Here we are at last, I got this in the post. It is made from little glimpses and objects from my trip to Edinburgh at the beginning of the year. Take care, Margaret
Ama Wertz to Margaret Jones
‘The sea is a body in a thousand ways that don’t add up, because adding is too stable a transaction for that flux, but the waves come in a roar and then ebb almost silent but for the faint suck of sand and snap of bubbles, over and over, a heartbeat rhythm, the sea always this body turned inside out and opened to the sky, the body always a sea folded in on itself, a nautical chart folded into a paper cup’. Rebecca Solnit – Storming the Gates of Paradise
Vera Coberly to Traudi Bestler
Greetings from Colorado!
The front range has drastically changed the last few years. I long for the open spaces that used to be there.
But I’m not native myself.
“I’ve made it now close the gates”
Traudi Bestler to Vera Coberly
Dear Vera: It’s good to remember that if there are dark times now, we surely can climb toward lighter happier days. Here & there! Traudi
Trish White to Judy Smith
22 September 2019. Hi Judy! At long last, here is my postcard. It has been a difficult summer for us and I have not been at my best. The design reflects that I think – with a little bit here and some there- but wait, more over here and then some there. Some of this and some of that – here and
there. I hope, fondly you like it!
Judy Smith to Trish White
May 2019. Mt. Ben Lomond, Wasatch Range. Here and There – ATA Postcard Project. When THERE became HERE. Madison Wisconsin was my Here. Ogden UT was a THERE – a place we would likely move to in the future. In March 2019 we realized the THERE needed to become the HERE. – Ogden UT and Wisconsin was THERE. This is the view from my new weaving room HERE. The trees were leafed out but the snow was still on the mountain tops.
Tabitha Gilmore Barnes to Ama Wertz
The headwaters of the east branch of the Delaware River starting from hometown (here) Roxbury, Delaware County NY. These waters flow down to Delaware Bay ((T)here). They form the natural boundaries between New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. This view is from a photo and looks north to hills, pine trees and open meadows on a crispy Autumn day.
Margaret Jones to Tabitha Gilmore Barnes
This postcard is from Sheringhan in Norfolk. We saw a lot of derelict windmills and I spent a lovely hour sitting in the sun waiting for a steam train which was cancelled due to trespassers on the line. Margaret
Sue Gaire to Nicki Bair
Hi Nicki, A lighthouse on the coast of Maine…keeps sailors safely here, away from dangerous waters that are there. I hope this lighthouse reminds you of the Maine Coast. Sue … I love the glow of the Maine sunset!
Nicki Bair to Sue Gaire
Greetings from California! They are here and (t)here, ladybugs are everywhere! Here’s a a 9 spotted ladybug, Coccinella novemnotata for you. Enjoy! Nicki
Michiele Elliot to Alex Friedman
Alex, Sending Here there. Handspun newspaper Raleigh News and Observer. Michiele
Alex Friedman to Michiele Elliott
Sending you a bit of late summer fog from here to there. Best Wishes. Alex
Pat Price to Pam Patrie
May there always be stepping stones between “Here and there”. Love. Pat
Pam Patrie to Pat Price
Dearest Pat-HERE in the center of Portland, Oregon, USA, you can peer over the bridge railing on the Willamette river and see single sculls dart under the span. This shape has been a source of inspiration for me for many years. THERE in Anger, France I saw this same shape swoop under one of the many bridges that stretch across the river Maine in the center of Anger. I was visiting this summer, the great Apocalypse of Anger tapestries. I thought you might like to have this new work in my ongoing series “Miniature as Mural”. Love Pam
Kiki Dembrow to Victoria Moore
Hi Victoria, Good morning! I was inspired by a photo of a sunrise over Me. Hood and downtown Portland. Here’s to you-looking east! Kiki
Victoria Moore to Kiki Dembrow
Hi Kiki,
Please enjoy a lovely evening from Here in Alabama. Looking forward to a view from There in Oregon. So glad we became ATA Postcard partners.
Cynthia McAfee to Beverly Weaver
Cynthia McAfee, “Peak to Peak”
Beverly Weaver to Cynthia McAfee
Cynthia: This hike to the Crags is beautiful in the fall when the aspen turn golden.
Tabitha Gilmore Barnes to Ama Wertz
Happy Birthday, America!
Ama Wertz to Tabitha Gilmore Barnes
“HERE” – “The sea is a body in a thousand ways that don’t add up, because adding is too stable a transaction for that flux, but the waves come in a roar and then ebb, almost silent but for the faint suck of sand and snap of bubbles, over and over a heartbeat rhythm, the sea always this body turned
inside out and opened to the sky the body always a sea folded in on itself, a nautical chart folded into a paper cup.” Rebeca Solnit, Storming the Gates of Paradise. “THERE” – “Go to the sea or climb the mountain, and with the ruggedest and the savagest you will find likewise the fairest and the most delicate, the greatness and the minuteness of nature pass all understanding.” John Burroughs, In the Catskills writings. a shell from me to you, Ama 2019,
Clare Coyle to Patty Clavette
I hope this reaches you ok! We both chose roads within our tapestries journeys and connections! This one is from a photo of the Churchill Barriers in Orkney–taken from the air. On one side the sea is choppy. On the other it is calm. With all good wishes, Clare.
Patty Clavette to Clare Coyle
Between here and there, the road always leads to home.
Jenny Heard to Joan Griffin
Greetings from WA Whatcom County. A view of Mt. Baker from Lummi Bay.
Joan Griffin to Jenny Heard
Greetings from Virginia Swallowtail state butterfly and our nearby Blue Ridge mountains.
Joan Cawley Crane to Susan Herbert
Dear Susan, one of my favorite sayings is: wherever you (I) go, there you (l) are.(am). So – from here to there or there to here: a small hand spun tapestry for you – wishing you all the best – x Joan
Margaret Day to Lin Squires
Dear Lin, Here is a little taste of my island home. It is a constant source of peace and inspiration for me. “Sunset over Admiralty Inlet”.
Sue Bassett to Nancy Dugger
Hi Nancy, The lilacs are in bloom, and the hummingbirds have returned. The rain seems never ending. The 500 is only days away. Surely warmer weather can’t be far away. Sue
Patricia Armour to Pamela Burghardt
Greeting from New Zealand. “Piwakawaka” (NZ Fantail)
Pat Turley to Martha Lightcap
Hello Martha
I’m sending greetings from HERE TO THERE! Since we both seem to love travel and weaving, I’m sending this wedge weave rendition of my recent adventures. From the top down are the colors of the flags from India, South Africa, Ethiopia and Italy- all the countries I visited last year and all from our Old Red, White and Blue. Hope you enjoy it!
Rebecca Mezoff to Shanna Robinson
Waypoints: Ever-changing paths between here and there.
Hey Shanna!
Happy weaving! Rebecca
Robbie La Fleur to Patricia Bugas Schramm
“North Atlantic Version”
Stephanie Van Housen to Leslie Tudan
“Hot Times”
Nancy McRay to Jane Kimball
From my front door to yours! Nancy
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