The show ended up being a very good one for me....even if it was exhausting. Below are a couple of close-ups in the booth. I get quite a few comments on the black beans that I use to lay the bronze in.
When you do these multiple day shows you end up getting to know your neighbors. Tim and Marsha were next to me last year and across from me this year. It was good to see them again. We had fun people watching and throwing black beans across the aisle at each other. Tim is a wonderful woodworker and owns Studio by Ski .
Next door was Roberta who owns The Velvet Hammer. Really amazing work in mild steel. I was drooling over her pieces. Of course it's metal and hammering...something that's near and dear to my heart.
I do another show tommorrow at work with partial proceeds benefiting the United Way. Then I don't have another show until right before Christmas. Once I have more details I will let you know.