|Hand sketched custom artwork title "The White Family"|
of pumpkins by Bronson Hill Arts
Some time ago (yes, it has taken this long to post about them), I had asked my artisan friend, Barb, to create artwork that showcased three pumpkins representing the three members of our new family.
What she presented to me far exceeded my expectations. A hand sketched, colored pencil, autumn pumpkin family custom artwork. And she provided me with two additional copies of the custom pumpkins so the little one could have one in her room. Aww, you're such a good friend Barb! (and a great artist!)
Barb pulls inspiration from many different sources, and as I've discovered, at times our conversations! Sometimes she gets it rights, sometimes, she misses (the point....my point). But how the art was interpreted doesn't matter. What matters is the quality of the art. Which is why Bronson Hill Arts is so popular.
I'm so proud of my "little student". lol. A year or so back, Barb, finally took some time for herself to focus on her art and I was right there
Now, if I can just get my other friend Darlene to start a blog on her beautiful home decorating style....
|Purple Coneflowers colored pencil Artwork|
by Bronson Hill Arts
What: 9th Annual Wildflowers & Wine Celebration
When: Father's Day, June 17, 2012
Time: 11 am - 4 pm
Where: Montezuma Winery & Hidden Marsh Distillery
2981 Auburn Rd (Route 20)
Seneca Falls, NY 13148
This event is also a fundraiser for the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge (315-568-5987). So your purchase will work double-time!
Hope you have a great show Barb!
Barb: I know you will read this blog post and just so ya know...I've got another idea that I'd like you to create. :-) I guess I'll give you some time to rest from your show but then...expect my call. :-)
To all my loyal email and newsletter readers, my apologies for the notice posting you received about autumn gold jewelry. I've been working, all week, on cleaning up the blog and must have inadvertently published a draft idea I had. Sorry about that. :-) You probably thought I was losing it...an autumn jewelry post in the summer. Silly me.