Sunday, May 24, 2009

Art Fair

Garden Magic

I'm getting ready for the Red Cedar Country Gardens Art Fair in June. It is one of my favorite gardens. I purchase plants, take classes and love wandering about taking photos. The owners, Ricki and Jim Creamer, asked me to participate in their first Art Fair four years ago, when I was just getting my business started. I am very grateful that they did. I will be selling both my jewelry and photography. If you are in town, drop by. I'd love to see you.

Lilyleaf Ladybells

Here is the information that is posted on their website :

4th Annual Garden Art Fair
Sunday, June 14th 11:00am-3:00pm
Stroll through the garden with a glass of champagne admiring the works of many different local artists. As a thank you to our customers this ever expanding event is an afternoon of exciting new friends, artists, and live music.

Red Cedar Country Gardens

7895 West 183rd Street, Stilwell, KS 66085
Click here for a map.


Julie Magers Soulen said...

Good luck at the art fair! Your photography is beautiful.

Celtic Cat said...

Good Luck from me as well!

Love all the photos, but the first photo the best!

Hey Harriet said...

Sounds great and all the best at the art fair! I'd love to attend but it's a bit too far away from me :(

Cat Ludwig Studio said...

Thanks for all the sweet comments everyone! And Hey Harriet, Australia isn't that :)

Anonymous said...

Good luck MOM!!! love you

Beholden-To-Nature (Kenna) said...

Oh my gosh-- sounds like an absolutely LOVELY time! I wish I was able to be there. Best of luck and lots of enjoyment to you.

Anonymous said...

The lovely statue is just gorgeous...perfect timing with the flowers all around her. Don't let Warren get down in the back helping you with the show. I'll need him the next week!! Dee

Sigmosaics said...

sounds like a truly relaxing and wonderful fair! beautiful photography by the way .. i love your work :)

Lisa B said...

I never heard of this, but I happen to live real close to Stillwell so I might check it out if the weather is nice. Let's keep our fingers crossed.