Some things you should know about the Pig Barn Gallery

So it’s getting close to June 4th and 5th, the weekend of “From the Everyday to Art”   the first exhibit in the Pig Barn Gallery.  Jon and I have both gotten some email regarding the show and we just wanted to be clear about somethings to assure the show has a smooth run.

If you have any questions about the show, please just email me at [email protected] or hit the contact me button at the top of this page.  I will answer your questions.

Bedlam Farm is our home as well as the site of the Pig Barn Gallery, so please respect our privacy by not wandering the farm or house or barns other than the Gallery.

Please don’t feed  or pet the donkeys or sheep or enter the pastures.  Some of the fences are electrified so please don’t touch them.

The show in the Pig Barn Gallery is about the art and artists exhibiting their work.  The only dog that will be at the show is Rose who will herd the sheep on both days at 3pm.  We don’t want you to be disappointed if your coming to see the dogs.

Please don’t  bring gifts for us or the dogs.  If you have the urge to bring something make a donation to a favorite charity instead.

And please don’t bring your dogs.  People only are invited to the Pig Barn Gallery.

 

 

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