While every week is a busy week for us all, last week
was particularly busy with events and studio time.
A few of the things that happened.
In the studio I've been working
on illustrations for an article on color and clothing.
And contemplating colors for new flowers.
The week cranked up out of the studio around Thursday
with an all-day session for Art Mundo's summer art camp for children.
Check out the wonderful art that the students made this summer
at this week's Art Walk in The Orange Avenue Studios.
Worked on flowers for Main Street's Reverse Raffle
and Ginny Minnie Pinnies for Fish Head Press.
One flower is very short, too short for a stem,
so I investigated a few ideas for its incorporation into another piece,
scribbled on the table.
On Saturday . . .
Julie Lounibos, Anita Prentice and I painted bamboo
at The Sailfish Brewing Company.
It was a day of artists. Many were painting large landscape rocks,
there was live music, and great food and drink
(Thank you both for making the day so pleasant!)
The finished installation at Sailfish Brewing Company.
A good and hot time was had by all!
And on Sunday?
Aaaaaaaah, so nice!