First of all, let me apologize for not having more posts in these first 2 weeks of 2020. I have had great intentions, but life has simply gotten in the way!!!
That being said……this was my view for much of this past weekend…..
….staring at an I-phone screen while it recorded my husband Michael (on the right), interviewing various people at the Dallas Safari Club Convention. One of his editor’s had asked him to do some posts with video reviews of the convention and I offered to come along to handle the technological side of things.
All in all, the videos were successful although I did learn a few things along the way that will make it better next time. Also I now feel VERY comfortable with recording and editing videos so maybe I can add a few here every once in a while.
Most of Michael’s time was spent talking to various firearms dealers, (which quickly grew boring for me), so I decided to walk the show and look at the artisans who were present. Here are some of my favorites…..
The first that caught my eye were the works of Joshua Tobey. I particularly loved the humorous side of many of his sculptures…..
There were so many painters with works displayed that it was hard to pick a favorite, but I was captured by this painting by Peter Blackwell…..
….and truly enjoyed the colors displayed in many of his other works…..
The wood carvings of Steve Bartholomew would be gorgeous in any home!!!…..
…as would the bronze work by Christopher Smith…..
Finally, there was a lot of “fine” jewelry, but these simple animal pieces from “The Magic Zoo” were the ones that tickled my fancy……
It was a fun weekend and I always enjoy when Michael and I can work together….we make a pretty good team!!!
So, the last videos are now edited and ready to post and it is time to turn my mind to my January 31st deadlines…..ie….the curse of the CPA!!!!!
I’ll be back soon!!
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What a great display. And a fascinating range on display. Stunning pieces all round.