The art co-op that I belong to has a new art show with an opening reception once or twice a year. This past Thursday was our "Art on the Square" themed show. All the artists had to create works on 12" x 12" unframed canvases. We had about 70 entries and a pretty good turnout.
I got a check....not a big one, but it's the recognition.
Here are a few of the winning canvases. I took the photo of an old abandoned tractor in Sedona, AZ last Spring. It had been parked next to an orchard for a very long time, but I thought it had great presence.
It was a fun evening and the show will remain hung for a month or so.
So, that was pretty much the highlight for the week. I did get some new things listed at Vintage Supply yesterday.
These Keys would be fun to use in jewelry making or an art project.
These old whiskey bottles really do have a gorgeous purple hue. Believe it or not, they were originally a clear colored glass. When the manganese in them is exposed to sunlight over a long period of time, it turns the glass a lovely shade of amethyst.
Sturdy old post office box doors. They made things to last back in the day.
You've gotta love the grunginess of these door plates. The stories they could tell!
An antique doll head....my friend, Karen, calls these Minerva heads.
It's a gorgeous fall day here, today. I love this time of year....it's cold at night, but warms up to the 70's during the day. Hope you enjoy your weekend!