There were three baby birds in this knothole nest a short distance from my booth at the Lake Geneva show. I could have watched them all day, but alas, I had an art fair to work, tee, hee. They were so adorable and oh-so-needy as they cheeped incessantly for Mama's attention.
Everything about the show was idyllic, right on the water, it just doesn't get much prettier. And the weather -oh my - 70 degrees and sunny?!?!?!? What a treat it was!
I hung a bunch of abstracts in the booth to take a new booth photo, here is one of my set-ups. I didn't leave the booth this way for the show, I kept moving stuff around (I had a corner!), but it gives you an idea of how an all abstract booth would look.
See the big red one? It's 44" across, 34" tall. Gone, sold within the last half hour of the show to some fun and funny folks. I so enjoyed talking with them and am happy they have the piece.
And how about this dragonfly? Isn't its coloring interesting - I had never seen one like that. It hung out in my booth a lot (I swear it was the same one!?!?!). Maybe brought me good luck because I won an award, yippee, that even included money. I was also invited to come back to teach a workshop for the Art League. I feel honored and blessed. Life is indeed good.