June 5, 2017

Three Pics from this Weekend

The Good: I was pleased to see some colorful wall art at the Round Hill Arts Center. I got a cell picture of this one to share with Monday Murals

The Random: We only had time for two stops on the Western Loudoun Studio Tour so I chose to see the exhibit in the barn at Franklin Farms Park. A number of artists were featured there, like there were at the first stop above. I was tempted to buy some of the nice paintings but settled for just a card. 


Visit the Barn Collective

The Fun: We've been to Garden Fest at Belle Grove before and it's enjoyable. It's an annual event, a single day in early June. We were there on Saturday and browsed the exhibits. Pollinators are big this year! As usual at this event, we bought some reasonably-priced plants from the Master Gardeners. 

Sharing with  Seasons

13 comments:

  1. It seems there's always something interesting to see or visit in your area, I so enjoy coming along with you on your trips.
    Have a great week.

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  2. ...what a barn! It's pristine! Thanks Linda for sharing.

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  3. That first photograph is so colourful.
    Love the barn too, and a fun mosaic.

    All the best Jan

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  4. you've been busy, in a good way! love the barn!

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  5. The wall art certainly does grab your attention!

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  6. Colorful wall art. - Sounds like a good time was had.

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  7. You make a cute bee! Sounds like this was a fun and interesting trip. :)

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  8. What a nice barn. I like that round part.

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  9. Are you going to show us which plants you bought? Sounds like fun at both the studio Tour and the Garden Fest:) Thanks so much for sharing this fun with All Seasons a collage is a great way to share:) Have a beautiful week!

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  10. Outings like these are so much fun. Studio Tours and Garden events can be wonderful inspiration.

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  11. Fun! Art and plants, my kind of adventure.

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