Snapshot of wall of mandalas – OSAT 2021
I survived, my friends, and actually had a great time! The first weekend of Hwy 62 Open Studio Art Tours was stunningly beautiful and only a little breezy; I couldn’t have asked for better. It was so wonderful to see in actual person many old friends and also to meet new neighbors – just like the old days. (Wasn’t sure we’d ever feel that again…)
Miss B.’s signs were perfect and so far as I know no one got lost. Okay, one visitor did get stuck in the sand but it was nowhere near us so I’m blaming Google Maps. Remember, friends: Don’t rely on the app or Google maps! Follow the directions in the catalog!
And – my favorite thing – there were plenty of conversations about art, and excuses for me to talk about my paintings which, as readers of this blog know, I can do at infinite length.
We’ll do it all again next weekend, of course, but for anyone who can’t make the weekend I’m happy to set up an appointment if you want to come by sometime this week. Just send me a message.
None of it would have happened without the skilled and untiring efforts of Miss B., who made an inviting courtyard for those arriving and those who wished to linger.
And of course, there were cookies. Thanks to Richard for baking and bringing by oatmeal-coconut-apricot delectables in his traditional contribution to kick things off, and to Valerie for even more cookies!