A Handful of Dirt For Rosie M. Banks

April 12, 2011 § 1 Comment

That is the name of the show that is now hanging in our gallery by artist Mary Tubbs. Her works of art were accompanied by new jewelry by The Junker’s Daughter and the foot stomping, hand clapping music of The Red Mountain Family Band.
It was a great evening made even greater by the friends and new faces that showed up and supported the store and the artists. We had a great energy in the store and we had people of all walks of Tuscaloosa. It was a real coming together of art and community. We ate snacks and shared spirits and I think had a wonderful time just relaxing on a Friday. The weather was beautiful and as we talked of how amazing the music sounded from The Red Mountain Family Band, quietly one of a kind creations of art were slipping into the spring night. Smiling faces with unique pieces of jewelry waltzed out the door waiting to be admired by the masses.
Ideas and commerce exchanged in the purest and happiest of settings. It was truly a wonderful evening!
To see more photos of the party, please visit out Facebook page!

Upcycled Necklace by The Junker's Daughter

Still Life by The Junker's Daughter
Upcycled Works of Art and Jewelry by The Junker's Daughter

Coming soon I will post Mary’s Artist Statement, photos of our plants and herbs and pie lab photos from the store!


§ One Response to A Handful of Dirt For Rosie M. Banks

  • laurel says:

    Thank you for posting the pictures, they are lovely. I had a nice time, maybe next time Jennifer will be with me.

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