It’s that time of year again. It’s time for honey crisp apples. Yum. They have such a short growing season but I love the way they taste. So sweet and tasty. Yum, there’s nothing quite like a fresh apple in the autumn and the honey crisp variety is especially sweet (though it has a short growing season) so get them while they last.
Speaking of getting, lasting, and, well I guess “them” I went to my show this weekend over at Tiru. It was surprisingly crowded and it was a beautiful evening, though I was quite tired. For some reason, I was just really tired on Saturday and not my usual perky self. I loved the work though. Some really great alternative process stuff, including a print made on a glass plate. While I’ll never do that kind of printing myself, it was sure neat to see it. There were also other transfers, collages, some very varied black and white printing techniques, and a bunch of other stuff. I’d have to say it was a great show and I’m glad I got to be a part of it. The jurors selected four of my transfers and grouped them together for showing.
After the show, we went over to Central Market and had some gelato, which was really good too. I didn’t know Central Market had really great gelato, I’ll have to remember that. They also had some band playing Frank Sinatra type music out on the patio which was really cool. It was a nice night to be out.
Until next time…