The grounds are so pretty and I can imagine the festive events that are held here.
Like the holiday show, we had ample setup time. The load in was smooth, and soon my table was all set.
I had time to visit my friend Cindy Lesperance’s booth.
She had already made two sales before opening.
Of course I had to pick out one of my favorites as well, since her ‘stippling’ technique in encaustic is so fascinating.
My neighbor was the lovely coat lady of KatKo Designs, for which I still need to save up funds. The transformation of the coats on different people is amazing. They each have their own personality.
Across from me Kari’s Clay CreationsÂ had her table, and her ‘drunken mugs’ were admired by many.
It was fun to interact with so many friendly people.
The Lodge was filled with amazing art and one of a kind creations.
I love the bright skylights and rustic decor.
The downstairs level was also filled with talent.
Cindy was one of the booth award recipients this time around. The winners are automatically part of the Fall 2017 Show on November 19.
You can apply for that show here.
I had a great day and was happy to see my creations go to new homes.
Organizers Karen and Joe Isacson also had a booth.
Check out the web site of J + K Isacson for upcoming artist events.
I am excited to have a bit of the show in my home.