…the Sheep Incognito booth, that is…
We’ve finally reached the mid-summer break in the busy art show tour schedule – and none too soon, it seems. Last weekend’s Orchard Lake Fine Art Show in West Bloomfield Michigan decided to line up with ever other art show we’ve attended this year: forecast for beautiful weather – reality was a mad scramble to get prints inside the tent, and batten down the hatches for storms.
If nothing else, at least we had our gym membership for free on that one…lots of ladder climbing, box lifting, panel adjusting, rain activity.
But, even with that, there were moments of gorgeous weather for patrons to stroll around – they did a lot of that. Since good moments in life are not made up by dollar signs, it was perfect that we had some good friends stop in for a visit and a chat, and we got to meet a new artist friend for dinner and breakfast, which turned an otherwise rather dull show into one of magic, laughs, good times, and great memories.
And those are things not purchased at any art fair, or any Walmart.