Upcoming Shows

We've been named as a official selection in the Southern Circuit of Filmmakers Tour, March 17-24.

Shows are in Hapeville, GA 3/17, Madison, GA 3/20, Orangeburg, SC 3/22, Gainsville, GA 3/23, and Manteo, NC 3/24.
Learn more by going to the SouthArts blog.

View the theatrical trailer for A Gift for the Village

Monday, June 28, 2010

From Mary

Hello, Namaste!
It took a while before I finnaly got to blog here but I'm finaly doing it now. Nepal is a place that very few people will ever get to see, but is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Not to mention the crazy taxi rides. Wow! I feel safe as long as a Nepali is driving but if an American were driving....... Watch out! The sights in Bhaktapur, a ancient village with many hand carved statues, windows, and even had royal baths with nagas all around the edges,(which art collecters sadly stole the heads of,) but two brass ones were saved. there was a peacock window, that was absolutly stunning, (again art collecters stole the head,) and the statues were amazing. Just today I brought a drawing of a Kangaruchi, which I drew myself, to a shop where they sew designs on shirts and other things, and Ella brought a drawing of, who else, but Leo. They took the drawings, and used them to expertly put identical drawings of stiches on the shirts. It was amazing to see them do some of the work. Well, We have to go, so I'll try to blog later about our new Nepali adventures.


Anonymous said...

Oh, Mary, I miss you! Nepal sounds wonderful! I hope you're having tons and tons of fun!!!

<3 Caroline

Linda said...

Wonderful travel blog! So glad you've met with success in premiering the beautiful documentary. Best wishes to all and continuing best wishes for fun and safety on your trip. xoxo Linda and Virginia

Judy Ogle said...

You go girl!

I'm so happy to read about how much you and Ella are enjoying your trip. You guys are doing great with your informational blogging. You almost make me feel as though I am there with you. I miss you guys and can't wait until you get home so I can see on your faces just how much fun you had.

Love you.

Judy Ogle