I should have mentioned this back in May (or at least June), but it had slipped my mind. The letter I received this weekend reminded me that the Lyndon House Arts Center Full House 2010 is currently underway. It will run until September 18, 2010. Fifteen organizations contribute to the Full House exhibition, displaying their works in mediums such as wood, photography, quilts, etc. The display is open to all ages, although children must of course have an adult with them. The best part is that it is free. The hours of operation are Tuesday and Thursday; Noon-9:00 p.m.; Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday; 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Drop by and take a look at some Athens artists’ works if you get a chance. More information about the Lyndon House can be found here, and information about the Full House can be found on their Exhibits page.
Classic City Woodturners. Eventually, they saw the bottle stopper and pen that I had submitted for display. Not having the name recognition of Stuart Batty, Mike Mahoney, and Jimmy Clewes, it was nice to see some of my own work on display. The wife and kid enjoyed it as well.
here, but sadly the pic I have of the insert stopper isn’t all that great. It is the stopper on the right. Now back to that letter I mentioned…. The Lyndon House has informed me that both bottle stoppers have SOLD and they need to write me a check! 🙂 I assume that they stay on display for the duration of the Full House, but they no longer belong to me. Hopefully, this will be the motivating kick in the pants that I need to get the store portion of this website up and running in the not-too-distant future.