|Jolly dancing letters|
|The sign that clearly says "12"|
|Merely a small sampling of artists' works on display at Art Fayre|
|Penguin with knotty (k)navel|
Here are some more pictures of the show and of the Pioneer Museum itself:
As we were preparing to leave, our friend Mac (whose partner, Brenda, was showing her work at the Fayre) showed us his latest reclamation project: a 1963 Lambretta scooter (although Mac told us that, at 1600cc, it is technically a motorcycle). I'll share some pictures of it on tomorrow's post about the rest of our trip, but for now here is a short video of Mac preparing to head home from the show:
And with a "meep meep", Mac rode off into the sunset. Poetically speaking, that is.
We had a great time at Art Fayre and it's always wonderful to see familiar faces from the local art community at these events. This time we were extra lucky: we finally got to meet Natalie of Knatolee's World fame. There's a terrific picture of Nat (standing with Ronna; they were the two organizers of this year's show) on her blog where she's enjoying a tiny chocolate-covered cheesecake bite. There were many wonderful finger foods at the show, but these sweet treats seemed to be the biggest hit. Sarah and her mom picked them up when they were late for the show.
So, clearly, they were worth the wait.