The past weekend was FFAT. I had a blast. The pictures are of new stuff that was displayed for the first time. I was really happy with what I got produced in time for this event. We had really good traffic through the Clay Studio. I still have not unloaded the car, but my mind has already moved on to the next event.
This coming weekend is DownTown Art Market. But it is also the Moonlight Madness Sale Friday night. The Lubbock Arts Alliance is also hosting this years Local Color Artist Studio Tour Saturday and Sunday. I will be participating in the DAM on Saturday. Kathryn will be joining me this weekend. Unique Knits is still undecided. But the weather will be chilly on Saturday...hint, hint.
So I have been chained to my desk creating new jewelry for FFAT. It is this Friday!! My partner in crime and I have been emailing this week to keep each other up-to-date on the progress that is being made. Through words of encouragement and emergency supply runs, we will put on a great show.
Now comes the time I need to create an ad to send to all our peeps to generate the appropriate buzz for our unveiling. In the process I have been looking at some "old" vacation pictures. My mother and I had the privilege to go to Denmark and France several years ago. The time and experience is always with us.
But there is one pic I just have to share. We went into the little pastry shop and just glued ourselves to the glass case. We wanted one of everything. But we refrained and decided on three treats. The man behind the counter wrapped our goods with a flare we knew we would never see in the United States. So I snapped a picture of the outside of the box and then a picture of what was inside.
Somehow that picture is just not going to work for my flyer but I hope it was so worth sharing with you all. Maybe another time I will tell more about our time in that little pastry shop. It involves a handsome Frenchman, a local woman, two foreigners, and a little dog.
Don't forget! FFAT - November 5, 2010, 511 Ave. K, Helen Jones Clay Studio, red brick building behind LHUCA. We will be there from 6 pm to 9 pm. There will be wine served.
I am just a regular person who is trying to scratch out a living doing what I love. bstreetstudios is the name I give myself to lend some credibility and credence to what I do. Thanks for stopping by, please take a few minutes to read my current postings and cruise through the past postings. I try to focus on my art and my art doings...but there are a few personal stories along the way.