Apologies for the quality of the photos -- it was crowded and I had to keep moving. I missed several displays -- Greek Cooking was all eaten before I got there. And I missed Spinning and Knitting.
Quilting is always popular.
These Feathered Stars are paper-pieced.
Wood turning used green wood and left the bark on some.
This gorgeous stuff is made with copper clay -- the metal is powdered and mixed with a binding agent till it is moldable. It's molded and stamped and fired in a kiln. The firing removes the binding agent leaving a beautiful piece of art.
I love the leaves!
I once thought I might like to try this . . .
Mainly because I liked the look of all those bobbins . . .
Not happening this lifetime . . .
The folks in clay were doing raku firing . . .
I almost know what that means . . .
And the music class opened and closed the show.
(My writers had done their readings the previous night.)