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Saturday, February 6, 2016

 I stopped at River Light Gallery Friday,
to deliver lime green shirts,




and realized how much it makes me smile.
I see an underlying steam punkiness.


I think Diane, the owner, was trending to industrial, without punk.


It's her gallery, and makes no difference,
as long as there are customers.


The great sandstone wall!


There is so much light it's not easy to take pictures.


But good light makes a good gallery.


I have a new warp going on my loom this weekend.
I probably won't be back before I have more shirts done.


24 comments:

  1. those are a beautiful green, not sure they are quite lime on my monitor, but a delicious color none the less

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  2. Interesting place lots to look at and buy.
    Merle...............

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  3. I could spend some very happy hours (and probably many dollars) in that gallery.
    Love your shirt too.

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  4. Joanne, I remembered a song by Laura Nyro called Emily and a verse in the song goes something like this, "and I swear you were born a weaver's lover, born for the loom's desire..." Such a beautiful song. You need to listen to it on iTunes. Love the green.

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  5. Great greens, and a splendid gallery it seems. Greetings!

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  6. Lovely to see all the wonderful work of your local artisans.

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  7. Looks like a good place to browse.

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  8. You and your shop are entirely too far away. I'd love to idle away a few hours there.

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  9. I like that gallery! Now I just have to win the Lotto...

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  10. Your arm must be a lot better if you are back into full production.

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  11. That green is so pretty! I like the feel of the store, wuold be fun to visit in person.

    Betty

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  12. Great "eye candy." Enjoy your weaving, but do not overdo it❣Linda@Wetcreek Blog

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  13. I saw a short documentary a few nights ago that made me think of you. I don't know if you have heard of Brown Sheep Company in Mitchell, Nebraska. They make yarn from their own sheep. I have no idea what their prices are like but you might like to look them up on the internet.

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  14. I love the green and I'm glad things are going so well through the shop; just wish there were still some way to place an order. =)

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  15. I like the little hints of steam punk I see there :)

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  16. Love the gallery, love the picture on the wall in the third from bottom shot.
    Wish I was just down the road and could pay a visit.

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  17. What a wonderful place to work and shop. Being surrounded in light puts most people in a good mood

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  18. Hari OM
    Oh my word that is my kinda place.... and methinks, if you are having to produce more shirts, it means they are moving on - well done!!! YAM xx

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  19. Nice space. The owner clearly has an eye for beauty. I am also impressed by your shirts and the process you go through to make them.

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  20. I would love a good visit there! looks like a good place to hunt for treasures. One day, when we sell this place and begin our lives as nomads we will travel in our motorhome and linger in places as long as we want! One day ....

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  21. Nice gallery and a great place to sell your things.

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  22. In that gallery one could get lost for a while, looking.
    I tried to look up "punkiness" without luck (though of course I know punk).

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  23. The gallery is wonderful! I love that lime green color

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  24. Lots of interesting things to see there. I spent quite awhile on each photo after clicking on them to make them bigger - it was almost as good as being there! I really like the lamp with, as you say, the steampunk vibe.

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