Showing art under the redwoods
I had a spectacularly good art show at the Kings Mountain Art Fair on Labor Day weekend (Sept 4-6, 2010).
So many people came to the show, and so many enjoyed looking at my art, and so many bought my paintings that I started worrying about running out of art! I didn’t run out, but I’ll admit to having a somewhat reduced selection at the moment. (Don’t worry, I’m painting more.)
If you’re in the area (southern San Francisco Bay Area, California) and haven’t been to the show, you really must go (whether I’m there or not). It’s a sight to behold. Here, let me show you.
Deep in a dense redwood forest, for three days once a year, something magical takes place.
A village of white tents springs from the forest floor, like mushrooms after a rain.
In each tent you’ll find something different and unique. Sparkling jewelry, handthrown pottery, blown glass, carved wood, photography, paintings.
But wait, whose tent is this? Whose paintings are these?
Ah, there she is! The artist herself.
Grinning from ear to ear at her spectacular good fortune, to be included in this fabulous art show. See you there next year!