The past week was a whirlwind of activity- organizing, creating and stressing out- culminating in a successful Dogwood Arts Festival Market Square Art Fair over the weekend. After setting up the freshly-washed tent on Thursday morning in the pouring rain, Allan and I headed home to dry off and get some work done. Then we headed back downtown with our ALM Photo hats on to Salon Visage to photograph models being styled for a charity fashion show for Habitat for Humanity and the models strutting the runway at the Farragut Building and finally to set-up the booth in Krutch Park extension. It was a very long day, but I was glad we took time to set everything up Thursday night because there would have been no way I could have done it Friday morning. The weather started out rather chilly Friday morning but the day turned very warm and sunny by mid-day and drew the lunch crowd out to take in all the art and food on a stick. Saturday's weather was much the same and I had a great time chatting with everyone who visited the booth including a succession of photography friends. The weekend flew by and before I knew it it was Sunday and the final day of the Art Fair. The weather was absolutely glorious and it was wall-to-wall people all day. I could not have asked for a better weekend to share my fused glass goodness with everyone who ventured out to the Art Fair.
Here are some images of the Sassy Glass Studio booth in case you didn't get a chance to see it for yourself.