Day Two of the Froggwell Biennale

Another day at the Froggwell Biennale….

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Huzzah!

I woke up yesterday morning, with the usual feeling of dread before a big event, “can’t I just stay in bed? Will anyone notice if I don’t show up?”

But I roused myself and I’m so glad I did.  It was a little bit of a slow start, but by early afternoon, there was a steady stream of people heading down into the garden. Flanking the path into the garden are several sculptures by Sharon Spencer.

As you head down the steps, a carved granite column by Sue Taves greets you along with more of her massive stone pieces.  Makes me glad to be a painter, since I don’t need a forklift or strong young men to help move my work. Continue through the garden to see more of Sue and Sharon’s works, as well as the whimsical constructions of Dan Freeman.

One of the things I’m most happy…

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