Today, I was privileged to be among those who were invited to lunch at White Oak Farms (posts here and here). It was a lovely day and we had a bunch of fun eating, coloring, fellowshipping (is that a word? LOL!), and loving on each other. Bonnie had the party to encourage a friend who is having surgery soon. I hope she was encouraged a little.
Afterward, two of us went to the Brown Family Environmental Center to see the art exhibit “Visual Echoes of Nature”. I have been meaning to go for a while and finally made the time. The artist is Marty Huehner and he is local (right around the corner from me). He works in clay and sometimes dental alginate. His works are quite lovely and interesting and, if you are local, I recommend that you go see it. The exhibit will be there until June 30. Following are some photos:
This is just a small sampling. I recommend you go see the whole show. It is a treat.
“Listen carefully to first criticisms made of your work. Note just what it is about your work that critics don’t like — then cultivate it. That’s the only part of your work that’s individual and worth keeping.” –Jean Cocteau