Posts Tagged ‘Festival’

20171104_1153341554298602.jpgI drove over to the Old Luckett’s Store for their Fall Festival this morning.  The drive was beautiful.  I like to take little backroads and see what I can see.  Today it was a beautiful view with these llamas in the field.  We live in a lovely part of the country.  And Luckett’s was fun too!

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If you are in the Front Royal, Virginia area today you want to be sure to come downtown for the Wine Festival.  It’s a huge festival that takes up Main and Chester Streets with wonderful vendors and wineries not  to mention specials at the stores along the streets.

Stop by Delilah’s at 105 E. Main where everything is on sale today.  We will also be having a tent sale out front and there will be artists demonstrating their work there most of the day.  Stop in and say hello.

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This is my new buddy – Allie.  Her mom is JoJo who has joined the Delilah’s co-op and has beautiful fine silver jewelry.  Stop in and see it.  Allie helped us Saturday at the festival.  She is a great saleslady.  And didn’t she look cute with her painted face???!!

She is also a great painter.  She helped me with the Coneflower painting that I was working on while her mom looked on.  Thanks Allie.

And thanks everyone who stopped in to see me Saturday.   

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Here’s some photos from past times that I painted at Delilah’s for Festivals.

It’s what I’ll be doing again tomorrow for the Festival of Leaves in Downtown Front Royal.  Come to the festival for a fun day.  The weather is going to be perfect and we’d love to see you.  Stop by Delilah’s and say hello.

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Saturday was a beautiful day for a festival and we had a great one downtown Front Royal.  The Wine & Craft Festival brought lots of people to Main Street and many stopped by to see us at Delilah’s.

And I worked on several paintings that day.  I even had a couple of children who helped paint a little. 

I used to get really nervous painting in front of others but now that I have done it so often it doesn’t bother me.  I enjoy it in fact.  People generally have interesting questions about painting and are very encouraging.  

We had a drawing for those who came into Delilah’s to register and this was our winner.  Sheron Nicodemus from Richmond was the lucky one and this was the painting she selected.  I got to spend a few minutes chatting with Sheron and she was just delightful.  Congratulations!

(Special thanks to Sandy Patterson for taking the photos of me painting and with Sheron.)

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