Bridgette Guerzon-Mill's and Sue Stover's deliciously overripe bananas, drove them home in the stuffed-full car, and turned them into delicious bread just this morning. Quite the collaborative I'd say!
|And I'm going to put Patrick on the task of creating a few of these buzzing beauties to mark the entrance to ECamp next year. I can't resist the fun! But as for this year; 2012!?~|
|The crowds gathered!|
|The instructors instructed....|
|The wine fermented....(hey! We were in the Willamette Valley after all! Pinot Noir country~)|
|The gallery space filled~!|
|The caterers catered...|
|The welcome goodie bags unwrapped~|
|And the infamous fountain shot happened once again :)|
|Nothing more to say. I am blessed. In love. trish.|
It was once again an inexplicably amazing experience. I hope each and every one of you with an inclining of interest will put in on their 'must do' list for 2013. It is going to be that good.
For more exposes on the experience, visit instructors blogs:
Judy Wise art blog
MIA instructor this year, Crystal Neubauer's Other People's Flowers post in retrospective thought from last year
as well as Michelle Belto and Sue Stover's sites as highlighted above and Sue Simpson's Earthtone Studios