with being down with a virus almost all week, wasn't sure i was going to be able to participate in the last art walk of the year in montrose. i sucked it up tho on thursday and friday evening and with the help of my youngest daughter emily, i made the show. it was a beautiful day and altho there was very little foot traffic i did fairly well. and most importantly i am very prepared for my show at the beginning of december!
in between customers, and talking a lot about africa, i took photos of my surroundings...shops, artists, my daughter and more to commemorate the day! i am loving this sort of new part of photo taking for me. it's made me pause, be more thoughtful to my community and life and recording it in a unique way. it's something i've been giving a lot of thought to lately...what i want to do with my photography and art and it really feels right...like i'm finally finding my voice!
how was your weekend? did you snap any ordinary moments over your weekend? share them here if you want...would love to see them!!
i was just notified that my photo of a masai child was included in the second photography competition i entered...jeffrey crussell fine art's RAP-10. i'm just floored!!!!yay...yay...yay!! i feel like my dog josie doing her happy dance when she sees me after i've been out for awhile (or before she gets fed...she loves food...and me!!)!
plus in the last few days two of my drawings were included in two more treasuries on etsy. so, it's an exciting (and busy) time for me!
i have a show coming up on nov 13th, so been working my butt off getting ready for it. doing a lot of printing, mat cutting and framing...more details next week!