Sunday, February 04, 2007

Day Six...

Today was the last day of the shows. It was fairly busy up until the last few minutes. Before we came to Tucson, we at Green Girl Studios wanted to host a little party for our favorite friends. while we were in town. Anne Mitchell was kind enough to generously offer their beautiful home and studio as the venue. Not wanting to conflict with other evening events during the week we had to pick the last day to schedule the party, which meant I had to break down the booth with lightning speed.

Here are some images from the event:

Above: Georgie and Melissa of Chevron Trading Post. Below: Val of Gray Parrot Glass about to dig into the delicious chicken adobo that Cynthia spent all day preparing.

Above (left and right): Pictures of the some of the food we made for the party.

Left: Ute of Silk Painting is Fun takes a break. Right: Cynthia, my sister, hands out some of the walnut, honey, brie hors d'oeuvres.

Above: Liz of Saki Silver and Tony Blackwell of Zoa Art all bundled up out on the deck getting ready for the live music performances. Below: Lisa Blackwell, Bob Burkett, Val, and Bronwen Heilman talk bead world shop.

Left: In front, Elenore of Ellie Mac begins to dip her plate - in back, Ute's daughter, Cynthia and Ute. Right: Courtney Robbins hammers out her soulful and powerful lyrics.

Above: Courtney Robbins and her friends Ingrid and Joe of Coyote Grace end the evening with an AMAZING PERFORMANCE! They are really very talented and we are so lucky to have them play for us. It was a real treat.

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