Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Wayzata Art Experience 2009

They were holding their tents down with both hands on Saturday, while wearing winter apparrel. This was "The Minnesota" weather experience. Sunday was a different story, with a happy ending. Warm sun and a light breeze: The Wayzata Art Experience blossomed. (Personally, I am going to devote some creative thought to a better name for this event)

I was pleased with the quality of the artist work this year and with the mix of skills and mediums. When competing with the Minneapolis "Art-A-Whirl" things can be a little competitive. As an artist myself, I was impressed with the congeniality of the artists. They field a barrage of questions smiling.
The high-energy Bill Gordon of Clive, Iowa. No need for coffee with this highly color-saturated work.
Greg Heihn kicks back behind a flurry of his glass spheres (decorative plates) .
Timber Farm - Bill Romness
Bill Romness of Nickerson, MN. "When in doubt, sand". Handmade, ultra-custom cedar canoes.
In the background a yute text messages.


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