October 22, 2006

Art to Wear wrapup
















For those of you who tried to get something coherant from me in the past week, I apologize. It just got crazy! The art to wear show consumed me and all though I thought I could do it all, well, some things just didn't happen. Sometimes it is like that. What did happen was really great though and so here are some recap photos of yesterday's second art to wear. A few less visitors than last April, but the sales and the spirits were spectacular! It was a fun day with some beautiful work and unfortunately due to blogger having some issues, I could only get two items up to show you during the show. But I retained some of the special work from the vendors and am systematically putting it up in the shop - just check this week under new items. A huge thank you to all that participated and stopped by!
A special note: blogging buddy - Jen Davis from Portland, Maine stopped by with her lovely husband and adorable daughter Amalie to pick up some Diana Fayt pottery. Great to meet a reader as always and thrilled to send some of Diana's lovely work up to Maine. Thanks Jen! OK, on with the photos... enjoy! What now you ask? A little rest and relaxation with Rainer on this post - event - perfect Sunday in autumn today...
The word for the day is ... sweet ... as a little something chocolate, a tiny baby and a moment where it everything is just so perfect!

6 comments:

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

I cannot believe all that you do!! The many colorful hats that you wear!! Thanks for a peek into the artwear show!!

Funky Finds said...

everything looks fabulous susan! i especially love the bracelet...and the metal wall hanging!

Pat said...

Love the toddler outfit. And the toddler is precious, too. But oh wow I love love love that fabulous gold ensemble......Pat

Ulla said...

Wow Susan, what a feast for the eyes...! I am so glad it was a success!

jenofthenorth said...

susan! you are so kind to mention me in your blog! i am beside myself... it was great to finally see your space and feel all that creative energy. it was a thrill. i can't wait to come back. and i wrote to diane with hoots and hollers telling her i had just acquired my first piece of her pottery...:)
thank you thank you thank you. jen & john & amelie from portland

creative kismet said...

Looks like it was a wonderful show! Some really wonderful clothes and art!