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Tags: Celebrate Home Magazine, flowers, garden, garden photography, gardening, macro photography, Nikon D300, Nikon D7000, Scott Thomas, Views Infinitum
Categories : Flower, Flowers, gardening, Insect, nature, photography
Thanks to my friend and fellow photographer/blogger, Scott Thomas, for inviting me to guest post on his blog. He did a great job laying out all the components for the feature, which was first published in the Summer 2013 issue of Celebrate Home Magazine. You can download all four issues of the magazine FREE on our website at http://www.celebratehomemagazine.com. Print copies (at cost + shipping) are also available and our site will link you to magcloud.com to purchase.
Want a print copy of this article? This feature is available in a 16-page, full-color printed excerpt for just $4.00 plus shipping through http://www.magcloud.com in the link here: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/602141
Head on over to Scott’s blog, Views Infinitum, to see the post!
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Tags: Alexandria, art fair, Art on the Avenue, craft fair, Del Ray, Garden Muse, photography, virginia
Categories : Art, Craft, Crafts, Creativity, photography
I’m having my very first art fair show at the annual “Art on the Avenue” is a regional multicultural arts and music festival on Mt. Vernon Avenue in Del Ray (Alexandria), Virginia. (No RSVPs are needed!)
The event is Saturday, October 5, 2013, from 10-6.
This festival was voted “Best Art Event in Northern Virginia” by readers of Virginia Living Magazine
. More than 300 artisans will be exhibiting and selling their creations and there is music and food as well. I’ve been to two of these events and the weather was nice both years—a great time to be outdoors (and supporting the arts!). Visit www.artontheavenue.org
for more information as well as a list of vendors.
You’ll find me at Booth E104, which will be located between Oxford and Uhler, down from Cheestique (love that place!) and across from Taqueria Poblano and Yoga in Daily Life. Look for a black and green banner that reads “Garden Muse.”
I will be selling both new and older botanical images in:
Gallery wrap photo canvases (variety of sizes)
Matted & framed photographs
Directions by Metro:
Your best bet to the festival! Braddock Road is the Metro stop nearest Art on the Avenue. Each half hour, starting at 10:00 am until 6:00 pm, there will be a FREE DASH bus going to and from the corner of Bellefonte/Mt. Vernon Avenue and the Braddock Road Metro Station. Look for the sign that says “Ride Me to Art on the Avenue.” Or you can walk — it is a 15 minute walk to the Festival from the Metro stop. Simply exit the station and turn right to Braddock Road. Follow Braddock Road under the underpass to the next light and turn right onto Mt. Vernon Avenue.
If you’re in the area and can make it, stop by to say howdy or introduce yourself (and pick up a free bookmark, too)!
While you’re there, register to win a free 20×30 gallery wrap canvas (your choice) from my existing inventory!