Thanks to all who attended the Waterfowl Festival this past weekend in beautiful and historic Easton, Maryland. The weather had some fun with us, but the crowds did not seem to be bothered that much by wet and wind, tornado watches and such! I met and spoke with many people who were new to viewing my work and enjoyed talking about what I do and how I do it.
In these tough economic times, it was wonderful to see people out and enjoying themselves in the creative environment that was Easton for three days, and to those who walked away with works of art tucked under their arms, a very BIG Thank You!
Now, it is on to the next point on my fall schedule of shows, that being the Small Works Show at the Howard/Mandville Gallery in Kirkland, Washington. The show is hanging now and the draw auction will be held on November 22nd. You can view all the works in the show through the link below, and if interested in a piece, you can put in a bid with the gallery. There is a lot of fine, fine work included in this year's showing, including two works of mine, so take a look!
I am sorry that I missed you on Saturday morning. Your work was the best I have ever seen you do! I could not pull myself away from your booth. Keep it up! I hope to see you soon.
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