Tuesday, October 8, 2013


Well....we pulled another one off!

What an exciting day for us!

and busy...I had Mr. PV and cute carpenter man
working down to the wire!
completing the gravel in our side and back yard
like it was going to matter, but still a great reason to mark something off the 
(red and blue flex is the outdoor shower to be)

sometimes I drive myself crazy because I am in charge of the camera
and on this day, just flat forgot to take photos!

I didn't really forget, I just got distracted

our sweet art children were featured...we worked all September on
can you believe this little artist is barely 6? and left handed!
(notice her book is folded the other way)

Scott Carlson, Taos Potter
came and set up his wheel and threw pots all evening long
for those who attended
fresh, signed and FREE
so generous

what a class act you are Scott!

several of the other artists donated art for our silent auction which
raised over $1000 for our scholarship fund and library

more pottery because that's when I had my camera

and today?  after the weekend? when everyone is gone?
delivering all the purchases, loading up the car to deliver unsold art work
right before art lessons for my kiddos
(October is Picasso)


I look out my window and just 
breath a small sigh
green, gravel, St. Francis, fall, a successful event that means a lot to a lot of people...
pura vida


Marissa said...

Looks like your art walk was a success! Love the art by the 6yr old wow~ We have one similar in our downtown I love I get to taste all the wine :~O

Leslie said...

Wonderful Gina! Looks like you all had a great time.. and for a wonderful cause.

helen tilston said...

Hello Gina

What a successful delightful day with beautiful art work.
I love St Francis- Sunday being his feast day and our church had the blessing of the animals.

Helen xx

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Gina! You are so, so beautiful. I see you in the photo! And what a great way to gather everyone together. We're having poetry gatherings at our home (just had one tonight) and it feels good to get people under one roof to appreciate ART. Lovely to see you! Anita

Optimistic Existentialist said...

What a wonderful art walk for a wonderful cause. I love that gravel in your back yard!!

Heather - New House New Home said...

Ooh, I've been waiting to hear how it all went!! Looks like another wonderful success, my friend. Congratulations!

Revi said...

Wow - this looks like it was quite a success! The children's Klimt art is wonderful. The weather has been fallish, so it sounds like a pretty much perfect day! Maybe next year I can come!

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

I love to hear stories of successful art events! You must be enjoyings your little artists so much.

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Congrats, Gina, on such a successful event!! I love hand made / thrown pottery - so organic and charming. Beautiful pieces from Scott Carlson!

Karena Albert said...

Gina a great event and yes what a generous potter to give his art away!
Scott is very good!

Art by Karena

StagerLinda said...

Congrats on a job well done! Love the pottery and the kids art.

Happy Homemaker UK said...

How exciting! I did something similar when I lived in the US. So much work before, and such a high afterwards! Such beautiful art - wish I could have been there - $1000 is a great accomishment :)