We have had the best time with our Dallas friends, Lisa and Cathy, over last couple of days and I must share one of our adventures at the Camden Art Show.
Our first stop was at Eric Darling's, an artist from Appleton, Maine. I became
most impressed with his "drift rope projects".
Eric is a master creating a bit of magic using ropes and designing pieces using recycled rope art. I found it to be such a fabulous job of making simply gorgeous pieces that would fit anywhere in your home or office. I commend him on the work he shares.
Go to ericdarlingart.com and see his some of his work.
The next place we noticed was Katie Bubier's.
Katie "specializes in acrylic paint, air dried clay and colored pencil art.
"I love all things art, family and witty jokes. I grew up (and remain) on the coast of Maine. Catching crabs, slinging mud at low tide… fishing. We’re talking real sand in my sandwiches. My family owned a local seafood restaurant, so to say I was fully
surrounded by the Maine coast is an understatement."
The pen she was using on the art she designed at the show got shared and
I'm going to get one and try it!
The next stop that appeared happened to be a massive amount of pottery.
I loved this Jerabek Pottery and could have bought many pieces for gifts. I must check out where Kathryn, the maker of these lovely pieces, is showing next.
I absolutely adored this jewelry made by Tricia Wheeler at WiserLass Studio, purchasing some earrings from her. She is a fabulous visual artist. You can find information on her in a FACEBOOK piece under WiserLess.com.
More to come tomorrow, sharing our other adventures
in fabulous Maine surroundings.