Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Clymer Library Art Show

Burnside Plantation
copyright 2007 Stacy L. Rowan

This weekend I will be participating in the Clymer Library Art Show. The show is open Saturday August 25th from 11am to 5pm and Sunday from 11am to 4pm. It is being held at a new venue, but is only minutes from the old location. This year's venue is the Pocono Mountain West Junior High School. The junior high is on the same property as the high school. You can find directions here.

There are many great artists at this show, so I hope if you are in the area you get a chance to stop by. You will find me sharing a booth with my dad, Bob Govett. I wouldn't be an artist if I hadn't watched Dad draw and sketch when I was a kid. Now we share a lot of good times together doing shows, taking workshops, sharing some friendly competition to keep each other motivated. And when he's with me at a show, he's out of Mom's hair for a day. So I earn some bonus points there.


Assateague Lighthouse

copyright 2007 Robert Govett

8 comments:

Robin Neudorfer said...

Oh Stacy... I sure wish I could come.
Looks like a lovely place. Have a wonderful weekend.

Sue Johnson said...

Stacey, how great that you and your Dad share an interest and are able to do shows together. I read that as a comfortable, rewarding father-daughter relationship. Many would envy that.

Denise Mennella said...

You forgot to say that I don't have to take care of him for a weekend!;-}

Or how your sister is lacking in creative focus and is not pulling her weight for the next show....

Dave said...

I hope you have a great time at the show. Must be great to share this with your dad. Further motivation for me to get my daughter doing more painting!

Mary said...

Wonderful Stacy! It just be so encouraging to have someone in your family that shares the same interests. Good luck with the show!

Stacy said...

Thank you all for your support! I'm working up a summary post about the show now and hope to have it up today or tomorrow.

The Vegas Art Guy said...

Good for you! I hope it went well and you made lots of $$$...

Stacy said...

Thanks Greg! We didn't make as much as if we won the Mega Millions lottery, but we didn't come home empty handed either. ;)