Anointing the Goddess At the Pig Barn Gallery:

  Well, here it is, beginning with Lenore, a tour of Anointing the Goddess. If you’re coming to the show, see you in the next couple of days, if not, you can get a glimpse of it here.

Jon's Photos and Diane Swanson's watercolor
Kim Giffords photo collages, Donna Wynbrandt's watercolor. my pillow, and Joyce Zimmerman's mixed media collage

 

All the artist's are represented in this photo
Kim, Donna, me and Diane
The East Wall
Joyce and Donna's work

 

Back to the beginning, end of tour

13 thoughts on “Anointing the Goddess At the Pig Barn Gallery:

  1. I adore the quilt hanging high on the wall in the first pictures. The colors are eye catching. I hope you have a successful and love filled show.

  2. Maria I so wish I could hop on a plane and come to your show, good luck with it, not that you need it!

  3. Thank you for the tour, Maria! I wish I could be there! I appreciated Jon’s blog comments today, too…that this celebration is even for those of us who can’t join you in person. Our hearts are right there with you, with warmest love!

  4. Gorgeous show, Maria! I only wish I could come again this time – all best wishes for a wonderful weekend for you, Jon, Red, Simon and all of the artists whose works are shown. I’ll look forward to coming to a future show – perhaps at the new Bedlam Farm!

  5. This is just beautiful. I can see your creative hand at work in every shot and now I understand why Jon loves the things you do around your house–windowsills etc. I hope the show is a lovely success in the most goddess-y of ways. Wish I could be there but California is quite far 🙂

  6. What a wonderful day this must have been; I hope tomorrow shines bright as well. Best to all of you! Cindy

  7. Hi Maria and Jon:

    Thank you so much for hosting the Anointing the Goddess Art Show. It was so great to meet you in person, Maria.Seeing you together in the barn was heartwarming. Your art is so empowering.
    Despite the rain, it was very special for me to meet Lenore and Red. I am a big fan of Jon’s dog books. Glad you like the geranium. All the best to you both. Geri

  8. We had a wonderful time on Saturday. Thank you for opening your farm to everyone. After a few years of reading about the farm and the animals and the people, it was so much fun to see everyone “in the flesh”. After Jon’s talk, Roger was bitten by the blog bug and he’s created one. Though we don’t know you or Jon well, we are so glad to have made your acquaintance. Hope one day that when you make some decisions about whether or not to sell your fleeces in addition to wool, that I will be fortunate enough to purchase some and create a bit of Bedlam on my spinning wheel and/or on my knitting needles.

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