Our women's business group, Keystone Women's Circle, (more pictures if you click this link: keystonewomenscircle.blogspot.com) had a booth at the Jordan Art Festival, last weekend. We were guests of Maureen Carlson, which allowed us to be in the festival even though not all members are artists in the typical sense. Most members of Keystone are artists of some sort, though a few are more in the healing arts. Maureen wanted to give festival goers a chance to meet this amazing group of entrepeneurs, all of whom are well versed in the creative art of inventing and growing a business (or two or three...we have some seriously courageous members!).
|Children's book author and owner of Bridging the Universe, Cat (Cathy) Isles held down the fort while I ran around and snapped photos.|
|Enjoying the light breeze in her hair, Phyllis Hunter displays her gorgeous metal and stone jewelry. Click here to check out her website: jewelrybyphyllis.com|
|Molly Mae's glorious calico rabbit caught my eye, and that of many others. The original wasn't priced for sale, but the prints had nearly sold out by early Sunday afternoon, and if I caught the story right, this was her first show! (No website yet, but you can email her to order prints, firstname.lastname@example.org) Her sister is a photographer with lovely work on display as well. I should have taken a shot of her, too, but you know me and rabbits...I was twitterpated.|
|I didn't get to watch much of the performance, but the puppet show was boisterous and noisy, and seemed to entertain the adults as much as the kids.|
|My friends may forbid me to fall in stupid with musicians, but nobody said I can't fall in love with a gorgeous musical instrument. Who cares if I don't know how to play it? I seriously covet this beauty!|