Sunday, November 23, 2008

From New Hampshire to New York and Back Again


Life has been so busy that I am just getting the chance to download my photos from our trip to NYC last weekend. I love going into the city. So much to do and see. This trip Brian and I let Katie decide what places she would like to explore. (The photo above is one that I took of Katie and Brian walking around NYC.)Here is what we did. We started out taking the subway to the Staten Island Ferry so we could see the Statue of Liberty. It was a very foggy day as just as we got off the subway it started to downpour. So we hopped onto the ferry so Katie could get a better viewing of our Lady Liberty. We braved the wind and the rain to get a great view from the outside deck. When we were done there we walked to to Wall Street. Katie was thrilled to be there. From there we found a great little cafe and then off to Museum of Natural History. It was a very full day but we all had a great time . The city has so much to offer and I will never get tired of visiting but, it always feels so good to come home

There is always so much to catch up with after being away. My week has been full with teaching and creating some new work for a couple shows coming up in December. This past weekend was our first Holiday Open House at the One Washington Center. We had a very good turnout. I sold a couple of my pieces and many of my limited edition prints. Thanks to all of you who came and supported your local artists. Our small arts collaborative hopes to continue to expand and have many more successful events such as this one.







1 comment:

Jill Nalette said...

I'm so happy to hear that this weekend was such a great turnout.
Congrates on selling more pieces!!
I'm so happy for you!!
Love You,
Jill