Sewing Tour 2012 Revisted visits Coventry
Paul Nosa, an innovative sewing artist, showed his stuff on Coventry May 10. The visit was part of his Sewing Tour 2012 Revisited, in which Nosa travels across the country with his solar- and bike-powered sewing machine creating patches of people’s ideas expressed in five words or less. Amy Rosenbluth, co-director of Lake Erie Ink, a nonprofit that provides creative expression opportunities and academic support to youth and is based in the Coventry School building, walked over with a group of middle school-aged children to see Nosa’s work and provide him with inspiration for a number of patches: the power of poetry, bunnies playing kickball and a dog writing graffiti. See the designs at https://www.facebook.com/lakeerieink. Photo by Deanna Bremer Fisher.
Deanna Bremer Fisher
Deanna Bremer Fisher is executive director of FutureHeights and publisher of the Heights Observer.