Sunday, January 11, 2009

On my way back home

I crossed the Interstate 64 bridge from Kentucky to Indiana and got off at exit one. I wanted to see FNF uninterrupted by people like those who stop me to talk the evening before and minus all the bodies that were present at the opening reception as well.
I knew there was a gallery talk scheduled for Saturday morning,that was being conducted by three members of members of River City Fiber Artist Kathy Loomis, Pat Darif and Marti Plager( I am one of this six member artist group) but I thought the gallery talk would be over. But to both my surprise and delight I arrived in the middle of it just as they were moving from the west gallery to the east. I took some pictures of some of the works I admired the most but will not share them with you mainly because I did not take note of who the artist that created them were. But here are some random shots of those gathered for the gallery talk.

Once the car was filled with gas and I was back on Interstate 64 heading west, the rest of my trip was uneventful because once again I was kept entertained for 400 miles by a 6 CD recorded book that ended very conveniently as I was pulling into the driveway at home.
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1 comment:

Brenda said...

I love it when that happens with audio books in the car!