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.