October 29, 2005

Lost Glove #64 and a show

puffy gore tex winter glove and fallen leaves along curb
Seen a few days ago on my way from work to dinner.

Becky and her art buddies are having a show and sale in a house up in Everett next weekend and I'll be showing prints of some of my lost glove pictures. The other artists do a wide variety of work from traditional and original paper-cuttings to acrylic paintings to homemade journals to Becky's mixed media stuff. If Everett isn't too far out of your way, I'll stick details and directions after the cut.

Art & Craft Sale
12128 49th Drive SE, Everett, WA
Saturday, November 5, 10am to 4pm
Sunday, November 6, 10am to 4pm

Featuring talented local artists
with all original artwork:
Acrylics Watercolors Collage
Photography Fibers Paper-cuttings
And more!

Get your Christmas shopping done early with one-of-a kind gifts. Find something extraordinary for yourself. You will love what you see and want to take it all home! Come fill your day with art and meet the artists, too. We hope to see you!

Directions:
The Goodpastures
12128 49th Drive SE
Everett, WA 98208
1. Take Interstate 5 to Exit 186 (128th Street EAST).
2. Take 128th Street EAST (after a few blocks, 128th becomes 132nd Street).
3. After 1 miles or so, you will pass McDonalds's, a Shell station on the right, and a school on the left.
4. Continue and make a left at Seattle Hill Road.
5. Make a left at 51st Avenue SE (very first street on the left).
6. Go past two stop signs.
7. Make a left on 122nd Street SE.
8. Continue and make a right on 49th Drive (corner house with rope fence).

Posted by jeffy at October 29, 2005 02:50 PM
Comments

You must have gotten real, real small while working.
It looks like you had to walk around that
glove while you were making your way down that
gutter. :-)

Posted by: Dan L at November 1, 2005 09:21 AM

You know, I tried to post using the phrase
"sma l l a t work", but I got a "questionable
content" warning about "a l l a t". I had to
change the phrase to "while working" in order to
get it past the censor.

Posted by: Dan L at November 1, 2005 09:24 AM

Sigh. Sorry about that.

Blog comment spam is one of the more frustrating aspects of maintaining a blog. I get hundreds of comment spam here at Mad Times every day. Most are caught by the filter, but I still have to tweak the filters to catch the ones that get through each day. There are currently 3276 entries in my blacklist, and most of those are fairly complex wildcards. The consequence is that my few legitimate commenters will occasionally be subjected to an invalid denial like you got.

Sorry!

Posted by: jeffy at November 1, 2005 12:07 PM

Like this one.
I like many of them but I this one stands out to me.
Yah, Like it lots and lots.
Best of luck with your show!

Posted by: Andrea at November 3, 2005 08:01 PM