I am literally up to my eyeballs with trying to get things made right now to satisfy deadlines but I wanted to let you know of an event coming up at the end of next week that I am very excited about.
I’m super excited because it’s in my hometown, Easton, MD, and it’s at my sister’s art gallery, Trippe-Hilderbrandt Gallery. Please go visit her website and see the terrific lineup of artists, in several mediums, that she represents. She’s a very talented photographer as well and her work is on display, too.
I was born and raised on the bucolic Eastern Shore of Maryland and I am thrilled beyond belief to be going home for a couple of days. I’m so looking forward to seeing family and old friends that I have not seen in ages. And I get to show off my work. How great is that?
If you live in the DC, Baltimore, Annapolis area, it’s a pretty short drive to Easton.
I will be there Friday evening December 1, for First Friday, from 5-8 PM and Saturday, December 2, from 11-6. There is a LOT going on in town that weekend, including the Christmas parade (!). I hope I will see you there!
I’m currently working on a new wreath that I will name “Christmas Candy.”
When I was a little girl, my grandmother used to have a bowl full of the most beautiful candy on her coffee table at Christmas. Do you remember ribbon candy? Anyway, I got to thinking about that and decided to make a wreath with that idea in mind.
This is how I got started but I’m actually much further along with it now. It’s very, very festive!
I will be bringing it to the above-mentioned Trunk Show.
Last but not least, I would like to wish each of you a very Happy Thanksgiving. I have many, many things to be grateful for, including you.
3 thoughts on “New Event Coming Up!”
What kind of adhesive do you use to attach the ornaments to the wreath base and to each other? Is your base Styrofoam or some other material? Thank you —
The base is extruded styrofoam – the hard one. I cover it with tinsel before applying ornaments. The majority of items are secured with high temp hot glue; others are wired or pinned. Cackie