As promised, our video from Mackinac Island on July the fourth. It was a very satisfying experience having lunch at the Grand Hotel. The view of the Straits of Mackinac was stunning from the highest point in the cupola, where we enjoyed a tropical cocktail. We always look forward to our next visit, satisfaction guaranteed! In the mean time, we have lots of photos to cherish and post later!
Do you have a favorite vacation memory?
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I’ve always had a desire to make stuff by hand. I thoroughly enjoy every process of developing a concept through photographing product vignettes. These are a few of my treasured images. The beaded photos are from when I was around 14 years old. It is very satisfying to look at old photos and remember just how far I’ve come, and feel blessed to be able to satisfy my heart, and create.
Fish Dish, by T. Meyer-Clark, College work.
Aspire teapot by T. Meyer-Clark, College work
Teapot, Gothic inspiration, by T. Meyer-Clark, College work
Painted cat on wood, T. Meyer-Clark, 1985
Painted country welcome sign by T. Meyer-Clark 1987
Painting on a shirt with helper, T. Meyer-Clark 1984
Painted and assembled box with wreath and heart boxes, by T Meyer-Clark 1986
Beaded Wooden Bracelet, by Tresa Meyer, Age 14
Beaded necklace with abalone fish, by Tresa Meyer, age 14
Thanks for going back in time with me.
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I’ve been working on a graphic design project, while doing some research about Hawaiian tiki culture. So you might imagine, the sparkling water on a turquoise ocean, the longest white beach ever, and sipping on a fruity drink with a blue umbrella decoration. Sounds divine. This is the first time I’ve designed a Hawaiian theme, and a pattern for fabric. This fabric will be for sale soon on a website near you, so get your favorite tiki cup out for an inspiration. Details to come.
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Enjoy your Summer!
Tiki fabric design by Tresa Meyer-Clark.
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We’ve traveled over and under the Mackinac bridge in recent years. The exhilarating feeling of going fast under the bridge by boat will stay with me forever, but the images captured while driving over it are definitely grand! More on this subject coming soon.
Where do love to travel to in Michigan?
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