Saturday, November 1, 2014

A Touch of Nature

 The opening was a success last night.
In spite the wind and snow and nasty weather
we had a great crowd. People that appreciate art.
My 5 panel quilt looked awesome on the wall
and people were impressed.
 My other large art quilt was flanked by 4 of
Barb's bird photographs in shades of orange and yellow.
A perfect compliment to the quilt.
 A table full of small items for cash and carry last
night. Something for everyone.
My companion Barb Lucas is an awesome photographer.
Her bird photos also included complete information
about the bird and its habitat. She had a lot of red dots
by the end of the evening.(sales)
All in all it was a satisfactory opening.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Ready for the show

 Here are some of the small quilts for sale at the show.
I used fabrics I made at my Jane Dunnewold class
this spring. That was a special experience.
 Most people look at these and want to know
the details of each technique.
Yesterday I made some more quilted greeting
cards for the show. Today I will try and make
a couple more. They are fast sellers.
The weather is getting colder and it
is going to be nasty weather for Friday.
Hopefully people will come to get out of the weather.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Lets get this show on the road.

 My car is loaded and ready to head out to Lafayette
Indiana to hang my and  Barb Lucas's show
A Touch of Nature
My grandson Brad will meet me there to do
the hard part. Hammer, nails and ladder
will be the tools of choice.
 I estimate it will take us 4 to 5 hours.
I have 3 list I need to check to see if it is
all in the car. Than a stop at the Fair Oaks
Bakery for some sandwiches and their
famous chocolate milk for lunch. Brad's fave.
Hopefully I will remember to take some photos
to show you tomorrow.