Though I look a bit lumpy I think, lol! – I was very happy with Sheila with me to brave the 100 degree heat, threat of thunderstorms, and did I mention traffic? – to safely arrive just east of Dripping Springs, Texas – at the Grand Opening of Primal Gallery!
A from-the-ground-up creation of Primal Gallery owner Joe Lednicky, the atmosphere was hopeful while conversations bubbled and rolled round the large interior. Music played, and it was just plain fun to be out and about talking and being around art and fellow artists 👩🎨 🎶
The music was light and lively, perfect for setting the mood for gazing at art and chatting with friends 😊
The variety of art is impressive I think, and answers to the degree of variety of customers that have already found Primal Gallery, sales happening before and during the opening!
And Sunday, the day after the Grand Opening, someone picked up a large print of one of several favorite image of Paris I captured a decade ago when Sheila and I took a “detour” from Vermont through Paris en-route back to Texas ❤️
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