|note the water spraying down from the arch!|
I Like post #96 ) and interviewed several artists, as I do, which makes it even better for me! I love to hear about other people's creative process, how they overcome obstacles, and how they approach making art.
We were having such a nice time, visiting with dogs and people, hearing music, that I forgot to take a lot of photos.
Milo had a great time too, meeting so many nice dogs in all shapes and sizes.
He approaches with manners, slowly and tail wagging. Then picks up on their energy. Older dogs will cause him to just sniff quietly, and younger ones cause him to puppy bow and leap in the air as invitation.
Don't you wish people could be so intuitive! And open to meeting? He's not fool hardy, he stands at a respectful distance from big great danes, and tiny chihuahua's with sharp teeth, but overall he greets all of them.
I took a lot of time in this booth, talking to the artist as I really wanted several of his pieces.
That piece is about 54" across and oh the colors!
One must do the work, in any art form. You grow by making... step by step one success or non-success leads you to the next idea. Then it's not enough to imagine it, you must make it. Enlarge the pic to get his name and info on his card. I suspect we'll contact him and commission some pieces.
We wanted to buy many pieces of art, but being in closing shock still, and not really sure what direction we want the house to take, we held back til we saw these small macrame bracelets...
Even my quiet, non jewelry wearing husband found a wonderful subtle wristlet that the artist fit to him.
The maker said he puts his on and wears it night and day even in the shower. His had been on for weeks and showed no signs of wear.
She carried home her own artwork from the show.