We got some Culcha today
In one home we saw the most astounding quilts. Oh my goodness, I could have bought every one displayed. They were gorgeous.
This one was so sparkly and intricate. When I see fiber art like this I can't help wonder how many hours went into these pieces. Whatever the cost, they are worth it!
This one I requested for my birthday. Like that's ever gonna happen. But it's just amazing. Little tiny sequins made the snow sparkle. I loved it.
We looked at quite a few different jewelery exhibits. This year seems to be the year of the fused glass beads. Some of the pieces were exceptional.
You can't go wrong with a display of brilliant fruit in your kitchen, can you?
Or maybe you prefer a more traditional still life. Which do you like better?
And let's face it, everyone needs a good fish painting in their bathroom, right?
This artist does the most charming illustrations for children's books. I loved these pictures. So clean and bright and cheerful.
Last year I fell madly in love with this woman's paintings. She does the most beautiful work. It's almost impressionist in style, but realism in execution. Exceptional work. I think her paintings are so calming and peaceful. I almost want to jump right into the scenes.
The Boy exhibits very different taste than mine. This is what he liked best in the show! I liked it too. I'm always up for amusing art, but I'd rather have something a bit less startling on my walls.
These fiber bowls were quite beautiful and the photo does not do them justice at all. I am not sure what you would DO with a bowl like this, except use it for display, but I really liked them.
I wish the weather had been better, but we had a good time, regardless. It's so pleasant to just lose yourself in art, converse with the artists, and, oh... free snacks! Stumble It! JBlog Me