Exhibition!

What a weekend! A kind of tangle of memories of gorgeous weather, good art and great people. The private view was quite extraordinary. I thought the weather would either bring people out, or they would stay in their own gardens. The former happened, and around 100 came. (How you all parked I don’t know, in fact I studiously avoided finding out.) I guess if you have 30  exhibitors you are going to get a crowd. It felt like a real community of art lovers both makers and supporters, and that is a precious thing in my book. When I walked out of the studio  at the end of the pv  and into a garden full of people with plates piled high with the food everyone had brought, it was a real loaves and fishes moment. I’d love to post a photo or two but hadn’t had time to take any, what’s more my camera was not to be found: has anyone reading this any photos they could email me and I’ll post here?

By the way, if you didn’t make it, remember the show’s on until Friday June 1st.

2 comments
  1. Phillipa Bowers said:

    Thank you Bron for organising such a wonderful display of amazing art work and also for invitiing me to the very enjoyable gathering. I’m sorry to say I haven’t found my camera since moving here six months ago so have no pics to offer.
    Also hope for lots of red dots!
    Phillipa

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