I got up early, got on the bus to view part of the Ann Arbor Art Fair this morning. Like most Art Fairs - it was beautiful, inspiring, and HOT. I usually go the first morning, but didn't get there until the 3rd day this year. I like to go before a lot of people are there. Unfortunately, this year most of all the booths were locked up tight and no early views were available. Also, there were many "No Photography" signs. Heh, I hardly call my self a photographer, but anyway.....
I started at the far edge on South University and walked back to the bus station. South University is the original, and oldest part of the Art Fair, and it's always where the best stuff is.
|These are shibori dyed silk scarved by Betsy Giberson. They were exquisite.|
|These charming paintings of birds and dogs are by Candace Compton Pappas|
|Energetic street scenes by Roger Disney. This particular one of State Street in Ann Arbor was being sold in a silent auction.|
|The Ann Arbor Pottery Guild always shows on the steps of Hill Auditorium.|
|The THING this year at Art Fair..... Wine Slushies. Not too much of a crowd at 10am.|