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Sunday, 13 June 2010

A Day At The Fair


It was an honour to take part in the 800 years celebration of Holy Trinity church.
This is the resting place of Shakespeare and it was strange to think he had probably worshiped here.
I had a wonderful view of the large stained glass windows, the clear bright coloured glass, gleaming like jewels as the sunlight streamed in.
It felt like you had been transported back in time, as dancers and musicians in Mediaeval dress danced through the church.
I wished I had been able to take more photographs but it was very busy and I was also demonstrating.
Luckily my Mum was there to help, who you can see hiding behind the stall!
Thank you so much to all my customers who purchased cards, pictures and brooches.

This week I'm going to start on a new large landscape, I'm playing with colour ideas in my sketchbook.
More soon...

13 comments:

Maria-Thérèse afiori.com said...

Cool! Lucky your mum was there to help - I had no idea how much hard work it was to participate in fairs! A bit different than just hanging up artwork...

AeFondKis said...

Great display of your beautiful art Kayla, imagine Shakespeare's resting place....hope you did a roaring trade!
Linda x

Art4Sol said...

What a wonderful place for a faire. Hope you did well. I always enjoy my visits at your place....never a dull moment.
Have a great week!

Kaye Turner said...

Your stall looks fabulous - glad you and your mum had a good day.

The WestCountryBuddha said...

Looks a fabulous table of stuff. Glad you did well!

Apple Tree Dream said...

Glad you had good time and your mum to help. I'm sad I couldn't make it, hope you'll take part in other fairs this year.

Heloise said...

Your stall looks great, so much must have gone into it all.

The Adventurous Art Teacher said...

What a great place for the fair! If only the walls could talk.

Julia said...

Oh my goodness!! Your stall looks amazing! I wish I could have come along, hope you had a good day and what a wonderful place to sell your lovely work!

Love Julia x x x

Kim said...

So much history... and your lovely work too!

Alexandra Mason said...

Your stall looks wonderful! I didn't manage to go to the custard factory but i will definatly visit next time i go. Hope you have a lovely week xx

JP said...

so glad it went well - landscape looking good!

Jasmine said...

It all looks fabulous. You have worked so hard to get so much stock together. I keep trying but never seem to have enough to do a stall.