“Tis the season!
I stopped by Blackbird Studio today because a good friend wanted to check out the new show-and show her support by making a few small purchases.
As we sat drinking our beverages and gossiping in the gallery, the light snow fell softly outside. We watched it through the window, rimmed with a pine cone swag, as the fire crackled in the wood stove.
Yes, a very different kind of gallery and Christmas shopping sort of experience.
As Steffanie was about to leave, I was going to make an exit as well, but a car pulled into the lot, so I decided to stick around. A family had driven from Canterbury, New Hampshire-quite a hike from North Berwick, Maine, to visit.
I hope more people like them take the time to pay a visit as well.
Posted on 12/13/2014, in art, Berwick, Blackbird Studio and Gallery, New hampshire, North Berwick and tagged art, artinsmallplaces, Daryl-Ann Dartt Hurst, found objects, local art, oil on canvas, original art, realism, watercolor. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.