It was a beautiful day to take a ride to the Cultural Arts Center in Seargentsville, NJ and visit studios on the Covered Bridge Artisans 19th Annual Studio Tour. Several Artists had their crafts displayed at the Center. Beautiful glass ornaments, wood bowls, pottery, home spun wool, jewelry and more to choose from at the first stop.
It was our decision to be selective on this day so rather than follow the provided map and visit all the studios on the tour, we made our specific selections and went on to Timothy Martin's Studio in Stockton. We were WOWED by his fantastically fun and whimsical paintings and personality.
Heading back towards the river I just had to stop. Well, it was the Covered Bridge tour after all, and to my surprise and pleasure I managed to snap off a few with this happy, waving bicycle rider as he passed through. The wreath provided just the amount of necessary RED.
It is hard for me to believe that I have lived in this region for over 40 years and never stopped at the Prallsville Mill.
This is where Ty Hodanish has his studio and gallery.
Being that Impressionism is one of my favorite styles it was a real pleasure to view his work.
Not only was he a delight to chat with but just have a look...he was wearing RED.