Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Small Art, Big Heart
Here she is! Mavis on her pedestal at the Small Art, Big Heart art show and sale. This is my third year to participate. Part of the sales goes to the AIDS Care Service. She was a hit. My past pieces all sold, so I think she may have a new home soon too.
Me and Maivs. I don't really like taking pics. The camera wasn't working and when I was ready to help out, the pic was taken. What a goofy expression I have.
Me and Steven Dunn, a wonderful painter. His work was also in the show. He's a great friend too. And he loves my work. The lovely lady next to him is Amie Hampton, one of the co-owners of Hampton House Art & Framing. The oldest family owned gallery in town.
Me, Mark and Lara Hampton. Great people to put on this event in their gallery. A wonderful place to have my work displayed.
Me and Laura Frazier, another wonderful needle felt artist. We had a blast.
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