I’ve done some turning in the past few weeks, but I can’t post pics! 🙁 I’ve worked on a couple of Christmas gifts, and I can’t risk the recipients finding them. Other holiday activities (Thanksgiving) have also cut into my turning time (in a good way).
Kaitlin and I did get a chance to go to the Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF) Holiday Market this past weekend. There we saw my buddy Jim Talley and his wife Phyllis. There was also one other turner there, although I can’t recall his name. Kaitlin and I had a good time looking at all the art. I think she enjoyed the colored glass of Annette Paskiewicz more than any other booth. Several of the artists have agreed to extend the festival for this Saturday, December 12th from 10am to 5pm. It is only $3 for 16 and older, and parking is free. If you get a chance to drop by, make sure to visit Jim and Phyllis’ booth and tell them hello for me!