As always we have been super busy the last few months! We ended October off with a Sunday Funday artwalk in downtown Starkville on Halloween! Met some cool folks and sold some art!
|Part of our Sunday Funday setup|
December 4th was a busy day as I set up our artwork at the Tupelo Christmas Bazaar during the day, then later joined Joseph at 929 Coffee in Starkville for the MS Made show! 929 always has great attendees and this evening was no exception!
|Joseph selling our art at 929|
|Our setup in Tupelo|
For the winter solstice, we hosted an awesome drum circle at our place in Sessums, a small community a few miles SE of Starkville. It was chilly and we ate chili! Had a fire, cool people and fun drumming lead by Robert Damm and Bonnie Renfroe! We will do this again!
|Winter Solstice Drum Circle, photo by JC Long|
I had a solo show featured about 40 of my trippy ink drawings at the Columbus Arts Council Gallery for the month of January with a reception on January 7th. It was a super cold and rainy day so I greatly appreciated everyone who braved the weather to come see it!
|Me giving a short talk about my art|
|Larry the Eel Wrangler, one of the pieces in the show|
|Three of the pieces I later framed and included in the show|
The next event where you can find some of our art will again be at 929 Coffee Shop in Downtown Starkville on the evening of February 12. Joseph will be set up with some other awesome folks.
|View of our new house from pond side|
|Living room of new house. I finally have a place to hang my Manic Depression|
piece and some instruments
|A view of the living room in the old house (art house)|
|Main bedroom in art house with art all over the place|
|Joseph's old room is coming along|
|Interior of art cabin, starting to populate the walls with Joseph's art|
|A view of the pavilion from the house. You can see the art cabin in distance across the pond|
|It is satisfying to finally have some time to put decking down. |