Thursday, October 10, 2013

Clinton Town Beach -- October 10, 2013


We certainly had good fortune today, though chilly and breezy, we did not get rained on!  

Kay, Terry, Judy, Hans, Betsy, Denise and I showed up prepared for the chill.  With the arrival of much cooler mornings, we're still trying to acclimate to the end of warm weather.  

Judy painted a house that was built in the 1700's (first photo below).  The man who owned it (now his son lives there) came out to show us a painting of the house he was living in at the time in the cluster of homes referred to now as Old Harbor Village.  The artist wasVictor Mays and his painting was a monochromatic watercolor that was quite nice (oops, should have taken a photo of it).  After we finished, we gathered at Malone's for a nice lunch and art talk (well, okay, some bird talk, too).

Joan told me that next Thursday, we will meet at Dudley Farm in Guilford.  

Announcement: the Autumn Arts Festival sponsored by the Arts Center Killingworth is this weekend on the Madison Green.  I was informed that 56 artists are participating in this event.  This should be quite a show!  It runs Saturday, 9:30 to 5:30, and Sunday, noon to 5:30.  Many CTSA and MAS members will be there.

Enjoy the weekend and good wishes to all the artists on the green.


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