And guess what - I sold three pieces of work! I was delighted, it is so nice when other people like the work you have produced enough to BUY it - what a compliment is that! Gina Ferrari came, which was lovely of her because she is very busy at the moment, and George & Brenda from next door (George sold FIVE big paintings at the gallery last month and has been asked to go back next March - terrific) Lots of neighbours and friends and other artists and husbands and daughters so it was a really friendly atmosphere, with wine and nibbles to help the evening along.
This is the window hanging made by Liz Evans. I was absolutely exhausted when I got home - we were there from 5 until 9 so it was a long time to be standing in high heels.
Here is another view. Well, I wonder how it will go over the weekend? The Gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and closed between 1 and 1.30 - also closed Mondays and Tuesdays. It is situated right near the railway station in Meldreth and the exhibition is on throughout April. In the meantime, I have the family here for Easter and am amazed again at the height of my grandsons (and their appetites). Where did those dear little baby boys go to?