Second of three days showing artists at the New Year's Art Show.
Jason Pavalonis was my favorite photographer at this year's show. He offered big, clean photographs. I loved the photo behind him of a Hungarian waterfront scene in fog. He also showed a terrific
spiral staircase photo and a photo of three masked Venetian women dressed for Carnevale.
Anna Saulino is from the East Coast of Florida now, after spending a few years on
an Italian island. She makes gold and silver jewelry.
I dress conservatively and traditionally, but I like to see colorful and funky clothes.
Robert Stadnycki's booth had a big sign, "OK To Have Too Much Fun!" True.
Maybe I am going to be posting monthly photographs of fabric artist Jane Vallejo.
She is not afraid of color, either.
Nice portraits as ever. If you organised a quiz to match up the artists with their work I think I could get most of them - though yesterday's glass-blower might have been tricky.
That photograph of the waterfront is gorgeous.
I really like that photo of the waterfront, it has a painterly feel to it.
I thought that picture behind Jason was a watercolor until I read your comments. It's gorgeous. And, I'd be going home with something from Robert's booth for sure.
That photo of the waterfront is fabulous, Jack!
Ditto what John above said Jack 😀 what a super creative and colourful event, were you tempted to take anything home?
Terrific portraits, particularly Anna!
Spectacular portraits, Jack. Jason's waterfront photo is fantastic and I like the way you composed his portrait. Robert's funky and colourful clothes are a sight to see. I used to know a couple who always ware clothes like that, they were always a sight to see. Maybe they were some of Robert's creations. :)
Jason's photography is really beautiful. I love fun, bright clothes but haven't been known to wear it.
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