The procession to the art auction
the art auction,proceeds went to Variety, a children's charity
Bristol Renaissance Fair
I'd like to share a few photos from this past weekend plein air event which took place at the Bristol Renaissance Fair. As a participating artist, I have to say it was one of my most pleasurable plein air experience. Everyone connected with the Bristol Renaissance Fair including the visitors, were happy to be part of the fair experience. Their enthusiasm was infectious. It made painting in the heat and huge crowds easy and very very fun. It isn't everyday that an artist converses with medieval gentle persons about her paintings.
The event concluded with an art auctions. Proceeds went to Variety, a children's charity for physically disabled. The renaissance actors carried all the paintings in a procession through the fair grounds to the large theatre were they continued, in character, to auction "the queens art." Unsold paintings will remain on display until September 6, 2010.
"Banners Way" "Dress Up" "Sweet Meats" oil 6"x8" plus frames (sold)
Mini top hat in black and ivory lace. Très chic Edwardian and feminine glamour. Also caramel or silver satin on black hat. by TutusChicOriginals - 65.00 USD A black mini top hat with an entire grouping of luscious luxury with rhinestones, long ostrich feathers, french netting, satin band and a large...
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