For me it's always been a reminder of how rich this area is with creativity.
Here's a good sampling of what was on display (and for sale) yesterday.
|It took place at the Silo here in town and it was a windy day so, hence, a crappy shot of the sign.|
|My apologies to the artists. I didn't take notes so most of these pics won't be labeled. Remember, I'm the "lazy blogger."|
|As I mentioned, it was windy day but a sunny one. It was difficult to get decent shots of art behind glass. GLARE!|
|Can you see yourself in this coolio chair sitting in the shade?|
|These garden posts were very cool and very tall. I wanted to snap them in all their tallness but then I would have missed some details and I love me some details.|
|This would look great in someone's window. It put me in mind of Frank Lloyd Wright.|
|I happen to know this artist well. Alexa Birkam makes the most wonderful pottery. She'll be at my open house May 7th in case you missed her yesterday.|
|I can easily see this beautiful piece in a yard among the posies.|
|What's a garden without a bug?|
|Love these colors.|
|Another pal of mine - Alva Morgan. Her photos are outstanding and she'll frame anything. I mean anything.|