Things have been happening so fast, I haven’t had much time to keep everyone updated.
Friday was the opening at the FUSION gallery in Belleview. In spite of some rain, there was a great turn out, and sales were good.
Here I am at the gallery with Cincinnati’s most creative couple. Artist, Samuel Ruder, and his girlfriend and Weaver, Deb Cline. (photo by Dan Copsey)
Thanks again everyone for your support at the show!
I stayed in Cincinnati with my sister and brother-in-law, who were in town for the Flying Pig Marathon.
Neil is new to running… we finished the race in 4hours 30 minutes (23 minutes faster than his last race…and Cincinnati is a harder course!) A very impressive time for someone who has been running less than 2 years!
Tuesday, I was still sore from the race, but wanted to see the Delta Queen docked in Maysville. I hobbled over to Limestone Landing and after a few hours, had a great painting and sunburn.
Then I hopped in my car to visit Artcroft and empty the kiln.
I had some pots that will be displayed at the Ohio River Valler Art Guild show at the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center. The opening is this friday from 5pm-9pm. As always, it was nice to see Robert and Maureen and meet their current resident, Rob Ehle, a writer from San Francisco, CA, who recently was awarded the Stegner Fellowship.
If you are tired from reading all this, you can probably guess how I have felt lately….but I sure am having a great time!