What a fabulous time was had by all! There was threat of impending snow-mageddon, again… This was my first time vending at this great local show – I loved every second of it! My regrets: not buying any cabs; and not taking more pictures. But here it is:
My home away from home: earthenware, stoneware, and polymer trays piled high. Class samples for Beadfest. And a great visit from dear friend Sally Russick. (Also great to see Sue Kennedy – who I have to thank for one of these booth pix.)
Porcelain and glass: (Clockwise from top left)
Louise Mehaffey, Joan Miller‘s robot cuties, Alice St. Germain beads, Joan’s sea creatures, Louise’s display.
Marsha Neal beads and seed pods at D7 Studios; torched copper and whimsy from Dona Jones.
My friend Staci and her amazing polymer creations. Happy to have her as a neighbor.
And a huge shout out to Diana of Suburban Girl Studio, and Patti Cahill – also neighbors. What a great weekend sharing time and space with these fellow artists; sadly with no pictures…
Um – these are the cabs I wish I had… from Greg Graupp
But these are the treasures I did bring home! (Clockwise from top)
Top: Polymer and metal from Staci Louise Originals
Porcealin and stoneware form Marsha Neal Studio
Lampwork by Alice St. Germain
Enameled stunners from Anne Gardanne
Seed beads for my new obsession from Leslie of Twisted Sistah fame.
Wee tiny porelain cabs from Joan Miller
Gorgeous ceramic pairs, and cabs from Diana/ Suburban Girl Studios.
Thank you Joan and Louise for organizing a great show, and welcoming me into the collective. It was a pleasure, and made work truly fun! Sorry to be so breif – I have beads to go gaze upon…
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Sounds like a wonderful time, Jenny. Makes me smile just reading this.