Thanks to all the wonderful folks up on Isle La Motte the trip last week was an absolute pleasure for me and Cindy. We hung the show in record time and that left us with opportunities to explore, opportunities to hang out on Lake Champlain, and opportunities to meet many of the island’s residents.
The Art Barn at Fisk Farm is the site of the show. It will stay up for at least the next month. For the past nineteen years, Ms Linda Fitch, seen above with me at the opening, and her cadre of friends, have been exhibiting art throughout the Summer months, along with musical events at their Sunday Tea, something that has become a Vermont institution!
In fact, this Saturday the barn will be the site of a wonderful concert for cello and piano. The performers, international star siblings Silvie and Brian Cheng, will perform at 7:30 PM.
I’ll have more on the trip next week – interesting things along the way. In the meantime, though, I wanted to share some more “trees.” Ever since my time at the Platte Clove cabin I have this urge to point the camera at trees. I don’t know where this one is coming from! I’m just rolling along with it – wherever it takes me.
Thanks for your time. I’ll leave you with sunset on Lake Champlain.
Yes, it is that beautiful on Isle La Motte!
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