Monday, August 8, 2011

Getting geared up.

It's been a busy little studio over here as of late,  I've been trying to get geared up for the "Holladay Harvest Festival".
What you might ask yourself is the "Holladay Harvest Festival", well let me enlighten you,


The Holladay Arts Council will be hosting a Farmer’s market, which they have named the Holladay Harvest Festival. This year they plan to hold this free festival for 4 Saturdays in a row beginning August 20 from 4:00-8:00 PM in front of Holladay City Hall (4580 S. 2300 E.).
Please come and support your local food, produce, and art/craft vendors. In addition to these wonderful local vendors, there will be live music from bands around Utah. The bands will play from 5:00-8:00pm and will be preceded by youth oriented music from 4:00-5:00pm.  We will also offer free children’s art activities.
Some of our food vendors include Whole Foods and companies producing homemade ice cream, curry dishes, chocolate goodies, mint limeade, and Sicilian sauces. We are also excited that Tagge’s famous local produce will be showcasing their new solar powered organic produce. In addition to local food and produce vendors we will have 25 art and craft vendors that will be showcasing their original work (jewelry, books, paintings, sculptures, woodworking, bags, rugs, children’s clothing and accessories, children’s teepees, aprons, candles, Henna tattoos, quilts, leather journals, and photography just to name a few).

So how's that for fun, and I'm going to be right in the thick of it with my own little art booth.  So here's a peek at a few new paintings that will be for sale at the festival.






Hope you enjoy my little beauties, I had a blast painting them, as usual they make me smile.

Well better get back to painting, need to have a full booth!!!

If your in the neighborhood please drop by!!!

                                x0x0x
Debbie

1 comment:

Cheryl De Beer said...

Good Luck, what fun, but I am sure you are going to do very well. I like your little 'you have many gifts' painting!
Cheryl

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