I gotta tell you about the Luminary Art Walk. I think this was the best art walk yet! Even though there weren’t as many stops which is kinda sad. (Jim Anderson owner of the Museum Cafe and Printing Shop Museum was ill and the Watsons Art Gallery moved) The shops that were open were crazy busy!
We started out at Old Mill Tavern. That’s kind of what we do. A tradition? Or just a normal Friday night. We stop in. Dinner with whoever else is there. Sometimes we have to eat at the bar. Other times there are friends with a few seats open. And that’s what we had Friday night. Room for me and Terry at the cool kids table!
Then we all headed out on our golf carts for the art galleries! (cause all the cool kids have golf carts)
When our little slow moving convoy turned the corner, I was amazed at how many cars were parked around the art galleries. And people. People everywhere!
We did stop at the Museum Cafe first and that’s when we found out that Jim has been down. Flu? Hope he is okay. Next stop was…..
That’s Lantz McMullen entertaining the guests. He’s the guitar teacher at the Old Homosassa Learning Center. Does it for free. (He’s playing for free, too!)
He thinks I’m funny! (Or maybe he just thinks I’m crazy and it would be best if he just laughed along!)
There’s copper artist Kevin Jenkins. Driftwood artist Mark Arnett was there too. Love the driftwood and copper art. Hope to have a piece in my house someday. (Hey, Kevin, you hear that?)
Next stop was the Pepper Creek Pottery and Glass Garage
There’s Christine, making sure Terry knows where to go! Oh wait, that’s when she was explaining why our friends were howling. Full moon! Of course! Perfectly good reason to howl!
There were some potters outside displaying their work. (That’s Kathy and Mo–both members of the Homosassa Civic Club)
I didn’t get any snaps inside the Pepper Creek Pottery gallery. I don’t know why. I was there a long time talking to Captain Martha Sue and Angie!
Glass Gallery is right next door.
I spotted this fused glass piece on the wall. Pretty!
And then saw this one!
You will be MINE! I didn’t buy it that night just in case someone that wasn’t local wanted it. The glass artist told me if she sold it she would make me another one. Yes. Both Louise and Lori will custom make glass art on request. And I’ve made that request when I’ve been buying gifts. Never bought anything for myself but that blue bowl belongs in my house!
It was great fun. Talked to some of the artists and they said it was the best turnout ever!
Yeah for art in Old Homosassa! My dream of an art colony is coming true!