With it much too hot to be outside other than a few minutes morning and evening to water some of the surviving plants, I should be getting ready for my Fall shows.
But instead, I’ve taken a little “break” and have been spending time reading. Had a minor medical “thing” that went great but had to “take it easy” for a bit – and that’s my excuse and I am sticking to it. But, hey, everyone needs a little down time to enjoy and appreciate other aspects of life. I hope that you have found some time this summer to “actively rest and recharge”.
I have two shows coming up in the fall – Cottonwood Arts Festival in Richardson and the Edom Arts Festival in Edom (both Texas shows). Both are in October and hopefully we will have less brutal weather by then. If you have not been to Edom, Texas for that show, I heartily encourage you to make the journey. Nestled in piney woods, this little town is an artisan haven that has several wonderful venues offering fine art, crafts, and creative opportunities.
The Edom Arts Festival itself is really lovely, with great music and a slow pace that is just perfect for fall. In addition to the many art/craft venues, this tiny little town also has some really nice dining establishments! My favorite is the Edom Log Cabin. Right across the street is my friend Zeke’s jewelry gallery. At one time my wife and I pondered trying to relocate to Edom. That never worked out, but we try to make regular forays to enjoy the friendship and food!
Well – back to reading and watering! Remember that my little online shop has a lot of available prints and I do hope that you will take a moment to check it out. If you have any questions about any of the offerings, don’t hesitate to reach out! Stay hydrated and see you in the Fall!