I’m looking forward to being an artist at the Art Festival at Thornebrook, Oct. 21-22, at the Thornebrook Village in Gainesville. I hope to see you there.
This is my third year of being at Art Festival at Thornebrook. As an artist, I enjoy meeting people from the community who attend the festival. The two-day event includes more than 125 artists, music and food.
I enjoy talking with people about flute playing. Some who purchase my Native American style flutes already have at least one other flute. They are looking for a flute in another key or want to add one of my unique branch flutes to their musical instruments. Others are purchasing a flute for the first time or as a gift.
The wood flutes I’ll be sharing include new eye-catching colors — shimmering purple and cheerful yellow.
I’ll be selling a new collection of wood mosaic work — both 2D and 3D — art dolls and wood wall art. All are vibrant and colorful.
I also will be selling my hand-carved Hitty dolls, based on “Hitty, Her First Hundred Years,” a Newberry Medal winning children’s book.
The festival is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. There is no admission charge and parking is free.
My display will be next to Malgorzata’s gallery and boutique.
Come by and check my wood art to find just the right gift for a family member or friend or for yourself.