Are you one of those people who thinks you can do things twice as fast as it actually takes you to "Get'r Done"? Well, I am and it's a chronic condition with me. Earlier this summer I made a commitment to send Halloween art to FolkWorks Gallery in Evanston, IL. This will be my sixth year; my how time flies!
I also made a commitment to participate in a new event called Autumn in the Country.
My booth will feature antiques and collectibles, and I'll sprinkle in some folkart and crafts (mostly made by my mom since it took me so long to finish my pieces for the gallery.) This past few weeks I've been busier than a bee in a clover patch.
Artwork has finally been shipped to the gallery for the opening of the Halloween show and so now it's time to get organized for the Autumn in the Country show on Sunday. Thank goodness it's new and therefore relatively small. I'll be sure to take lots of pics to share with you. But in the meantime, here are a few pieces that will be at FolkWorks this year.